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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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PANAMA, R. P... MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1957
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Alle

ged Cop-Hitter

Protests Innocence,

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But Sent

Emphatically denying that he struck ; an arresting
Canal Zone police' officer, and hotly protesting his in in-nocence,
nocence, in-nocence, art unemployed 24.year-o.ld Panamanian, Ralph
Robinson, was bound over today for,triaUn U,S. District
Court after probable cause was found on a charge of as assault
sault assault likely to produce great bodily injury.
The charge developed after an angry La Boca crowd
stoned a' patrol wagon and menaced the arresting police-

man
D. S. Heilman.
' Heilman, sporting a bandage
Which covered a wound requir requiring
ing requiring several stitches to his lore lore-held'
held' lore-held' testified in; the Ba boa
Magistrate's Court today that
he was hit between the eyes witn
hfs own blackjack which the de
fendant grabbed after a tussle
In the ba! of the paddy wagoi4
o.hmcnn mvntained today
that the policeman fell and
hit his face on the tloor.
t didn't do the officer
nt,inr '' h told the Judge.
After finding probab e caute
judge John E. Deming com commended
mended commended Heilman for his conduct
in the face of the taretcn!
JLa which kent throwing
' stones in through th, back of
ffi&kii. angry mob's
conduct, I would H to com commend
mend commend the police officer tor
bringing In the
out causing him .""J
tajuriet, tho Judge said Tter
lit hall .at' CSno.'f "..' tf
n.nin M on radio car au-
ty last Thursday when he was
sent to apprehend contraband
vendors operating
ferry ramp about JO in
mormni!, ,..,.
-' WherThe took th stand today
the injured policeman told the
cburt he was looking for .ait in individual,
dividual, individual, wearintt a 1 red sport
shirt andJight trousers, arcord arcord-ing
ing arcord-ing to a description givoft- hiiti
hv annther noliceman who was
observing the: ferryramp tran transactions
sactions transactions from -a vantage point."
As he approached the ramp he
saw a man answering the de de-scrintion
scrintion de-scrintion walk into the ownalte
j x sum fiuvnv f ;
police car ano tooa oir-airer me
manrf-. Ha rftlipht lltl With the
man, identified as Robinson Just
iw trnnt tit church on the cor
ner of Guadeloupe and Mar Mar-tininu.
tininu. Mar-tininu. St and- asked him for
Tha Hffrndant refused, sav
ing that If he wanted his
name to go to the building,
'that's what it's for."
Heilman then took hold of
Robinson's belt and told him be
war under arrest As he was
walking with' the defendant Ho
wards the car, a large crowa
leaving La Boca' commissary be began
gan began moving towards them.
Robinson twice.' resisted the
arresting officer and each time
Heilman said hei applied pres pressure
sure pressure to the prisoner's belt -and
asked him to "come along with without
out without trouble. '-Iw'v".: ;-
It as quftefevident,' Heil Heilman
man Heilman testified tn the stand to today,
day, today, that the crowd wanted to
take the prisoner from him.
Venls In'dopendenI
Sludy Of Canal f
DeclariDC that the Panama Ca
nal situation has been simmering
dangerously for over two years
ana in it uie inadequacy of the wa waterway
terway waterway to meet increasing traffic
requirements nas become more
"acute,'' The Panama Canal So
ciety of Florida was oa record to
day lor tne enactment of legisla-
ler-ocMiilc canals commission to
aiudy and review all the problems
invuivea to tne matter u increas increased
ed increased capacity for the CanaL"
Tne organization's resolution was
nsartM in the Congressional Rec Record
ord Record at the request of Sen. William
Langer (R-ND). President of the
in oi. -ciersDurg, r la., u
Troy Hayes, a retired Caaal Zone
police sergeant. Another former
Zonian, Mrs. Lucille S. Jadd, .is
secretary.
. The resolutioa stressed the "ab "absolute
solute "absolute need for a speedy determi determination
nation determination of the overall subject" as
being of vital importance.
ii cauoa attention to the fact
that "there is develotuni a deter
mined movement to force the Con-J
gress into authoriiing a sea-level
Canal to which radical ehange
practically all engineers familiar
with local Canal Zone conditions
are unalterably opposed as a dan dangerous
gerous dangerous and costly experiment not
warranted or supported by experi experience
ence experience gi;ned over 42 years of P-r-ma
operation and maintenance."

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For

Trial

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so he pulled his gun out of fts
holster ;i and threatened to
shoot any person who tried to
prevent him from completing
' f h rrest.. ;;.. ..-',.:
As Heilman' and. his prisoner
were walking tpwards the car,
rnii-a viat.rni wasrnn arrived on
the scene,-and Heilman said he
put his gun away.
The defendant said rw -would
get into the wagon wim me po police
lice police guard, but refused to go un until
til until he was- released from. Hell Hell-man's
man's Hell-man's grip. '
Th crowd kent inching in on
us," Heilman testified t today,
"and I tried working Robinson
Into the wagon but the crowd
kept surging towards us."
Suddenly the prisoner lung lunged
ed lunged toward Heilman and tried
to choke hm. The police offi officer
cer officer said h used his knee to
kick him away, and finally
got him late the back of the.
wagon, .f
i Meanwhile the ancr? crowd
kept throwing rocks into, the
back of the wagon. Ona rock,
Heilman. stated,- hit him in the
The, prisoner, who was sitting
with hi.lefJejt pressed against
Heihnan's .sudden! "trabbed
the nolicemah's left, arm and
both men went Into a tussle, i
' The crowd kept running after
the wagon, and the ponce guard
decided to stop the vehicle and
help subdue the prisoner. ..:
While the mob tried t pull
open the door,. Robinson and
Heilman continued to roll
over on the floor. The police policeman
man policeman said today he hadn't no noticed
ticed noticed that his blackjack fell on
the floor dur'nir the hassle,
and when he turned around
. for a minute, Robinson picked
np the blackjack, and struck
him between the eyes.
Heilman said he felt Jl ij'res
sure against his holster,- and
struggled with Robinson, to keep
his gun in place, V!
Finally the guard helped
handcuff the prisoner, and they
drove off to the station. r1
r The defendant, who told the
court he had never; been em employed,
ployed, employed, said he had explained to
the arresting officer that he
bad been on his way back from
the beach, and wasn't peddling
at the ferry ramp.-
He accused the police off I-,
eer of "getting scared0 when
the crowd began closing in on
them, and said Heilman hit
him on the head with hie
blackjack.
Heilman denied getting scar scared,
ed, scared, or hitting the defendant un until
til until Robinson actually resisted
arrest.'1 '
The defendant, a resident of
Rio Aba jo. Insisted that Hell-
man fell and hit, his face. "How
could I get the blackjack vhen
he had it?" he asked the court.
He told Assistant District At At-V
V At-V (Continued on page t)
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KISSING PRIXCE Princ Mashur, three and a half year old
son of King Saud of Saudi Arabia, kisses one of his guests
at the ice cream party he gave at the Saudi Arabian Embassy
in Washington for all children belonging to Arab emtavy
personnel. The object of the Prince's aflectionr Is Marv I-a-belle
Karris, granddauehter of U. S. Ambassador to ... .1
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IKE EXCHANGES GIFTS WITH SCOUTS President Elsenhower laughs as he. Is presented v
with two blankets by a group of Eagle Scout Explorers who called on him at the White
House in connection with the Boy Sfcouts 47th birthday anniversary. The Scouts also gave"1,
the President a copy of the Scout's annual "Report to the Nation," the 15th-milllonth copy of.
the Boy Scout Handbook, a silver pedometer, and 47 long-stemmed roses for Mrs. Elsen- L
hower. The Chief Executive gave the youths knives, silver dollars, pens, pencils and lapel
golf pins.

1 Launch Sinks, 2 Are Damaged
In Pedro Miguel Boat Club Fire

A fire atop steel barge caus-1
pa the oleasure cruiser, Virginia
to sink m Mirauores i.aKe vrus
rhorning and caused jcoeidera-ble-
damage to two other boa Ls
tied up near the Pedro Miguel
Boat Club. 1
The 39-ft, Virginia was owned
by Hotel El Panama up until 4wo
weeks ago, when it was sold to a
Panama Canal employe, Paul J.
Coleman.
The fire which broke out m
the corrugated Iron structure on
ton of the baree was first sight
ed by a lock guard on duty near
the Pedro Miguel lower ; locks
gate; While he was reporting the
blaze to the Pedro Miguel fire
station, he heard an explosion.
Besides the Virginia, the other
boats tied up near the barge
were the Aranco and the Hilda.
Italian, US Scouts
Aisume'Cojrimand;
Of NATO Forces;;
NAPLES,4 Italy, Feb. 11 (UPt-
Italian and American Boy Scouts
"assumed command" of southern
European Nato' forces for 30 min minutes
utes minutes today in recognition .of Bey
Scout week. 4 ,. :
U. S.'Adm.1 Robert P Briscoe,
NATO south commander, formally
recognized the 'week of Feb. 6-12
as Boy Scout Week and saluted the
3,300,000 Boy Scouts all over the
world "who by their daily deeds
and devout dedication to God and
couptry have set a high standard
for rising generations." : '.
Briscoe .said certain designated
scouts "assumed command of
headquarters, Allied Forced South
ern Europe."
'1

Both crift also caught fire,

but the extent of the damage
was not vet estimated today.. ...
Coleman Is listed on the Canal
'fconeUollCfiTe'porfOf JheTflre as
owning the vugima ana tne
. GUbertq Arias is the owner of
the Hilda.1 v
The renort said that a few
minutes after the fire was sight
ed at 2:30 this morning, a Pe
dro Miguel fire rig arrived on
the scene. :
A break In the water main
near the fire station was report
ed to have hampered their el
forts to some extent..
The moorin lines on the Vlr
glnia had burned through and
the boat arutea into me cnan
nel to the west side of Miraflo
res Lake where she&ank..
The structure oft the barge
was listed, as a total loss
Againsl Red tighfs
To Pay Greenbacks
NEW. YORK. Feb. 11 (UPMne
of the oldest traditions dear to the
hearts of this city's 8,000,000 peo people
ple people will soon be abolished police
hope. "'jw. '--i?-Furthermore,
those caught exe
cuting it unknowingly,, out of ne
cessity, or purely for sentimental
reason; will be fined, r
For what? ;( .':
Jaywalking!
Traffic Commissioner .T; .'W .'W-ley
ley .'W-ley said In a radio interview that
jaywalkers cannot cross against
the light,; The fine .. "should be
nominal a dollar, or two," he
ssid. '
. But New Yorkers should not be
too sad. Parisians, not too long
ago, were full of consternation
when they were forbidden to blow
their automobile horns, which had
long been an enjoyable pastime in
uiFir aaiiy we.
The law will' probably not ro
into effect until "next summer"
the commissioner said, but re
member then, be who walks against
redlights will pay. greenbacks,
American Sfudenl
Fined For Driving
Lighlbss Scooler
An American student.' Robert
A. Dyke, was fined SS today In
Balboa Magistrate's Court on a
charge of driving his motor-
scooter without a headlight.
The 17-year-old defendant told
th lrmrt tViaf Via HM411rhf mrmm

working.when he started .tiot.lMSOTir.

outwent out durins; his ride -iiecuv '"'ri,71' '"'ri,71'-long
long '"'ri,71'-long Oalllard Highway last Sat- duXrj. sgncuMire and .ia .ia-urday
urday .ia-urday nieht. Jbor." -
He raid he felt It was "only! The recommeixiitioa secomiw secomiw-fair"
fair" secomiw-fair" that he should drive the aied hw first report oa eperauoo

scooter home to ret It fixed in.
stesd of parking it on the rood.
The arresting officer said that
Dyke told him he knew the
head:!fct waa out and "dldnt
we" why he couldnt operate It
in tMt rendition.
"1 t policeman said "he "hers
rs "hers the law." he sd the

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Cantufa Raft
Used To Loot
Madden Riant
X.A Chagres Rivef "ifiantula
raft figured prominently today
in a -case involving tne tneit 01
copper louvres and ink drums
from, the Madden Dam Hydro Hydroelectric
electric Hydroelectric .station.
The crafty thief, Julio Mos-
quera, pleaded guilty to two pe petit
tit petit larceny charges, nnd told
the court that ne stole the
items because things were "very
tough" for him and his brood of
SiX.
The Panamanian's slender
wife and six youngsters ranging
In age from one to seven lilled
an entire front row in the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrate's Court this
morning, and the baby's crying
was heard above some of the
testimony.
Mosquera said he made the
raft from some planks ho
stole near the station, and fill filled
ed filled it with four copper louvre
and two ink drums. He then
transported his loot down the
Chagres River and hid it on a
bank.
A policeman who discovered
the things waited in the grass
until Mosquera returned, ana
then arrested him. -nririnallv
a srrand larceny
charge was lodged against the
defendant, but tnis was dismiss dismissed
ed dismissed after the value of the louvres
was revised to a total 01 S49.su.
Asst. District Attorney Morton
Thomson said that the heavy
louvres cost $100 each, new
when they were constructed es especially
pecially especially for the hydroelectric
plant-They had been removed,
Thomson explained, to have re
pairs made to tne corners, since
their theft they had been badly
damaged.
nn.dav lan senience was ira
posed on Mosquera for stealing
tne louvres, ana ne w imca
$10 for taking the drums.
Ike Urges Congress
To Incorporate US
In Trade Operation
THOMASVILLE, Ga., Feb 11
(ijp) President Eisenhower to today
day today gent to Congress a report urg urging
ing urging that it enlist the United States
in aa international organization for
trade cooperation.
From his vacation retreat In
south Gcorgis the Chief Executive
uid Mtablishmeot of the proposed
group "is essential to make our
Of the traao agrenicni yt vi aoj
which bs been ia effect for a num number
ber number of years. This is the first re report
port report that has beea required of the
Chief Executive by law
la general, it recited progress
in reciprocal tariff aegobauoos
whUe protecting American indus industry
try industry when the influx of foreign foreign-made
made foreign-made products reached the "peril

i point. 1

THE PULSE
OF PANAMA

INVITATIONS' have started
coming m for Miss Analida Al Al-faro,
faro, Al-faro, the International Coffee
Queen, who turned down an
offer to be queen of the 1957
Carnival, to attend the annual
Mardi Gras festivities in pri private
vate private clubs.?
Yesterday. Ernesto E, Este-
noz, president of the Strangers
Club, sent a telegram inviting
ner to preside over tne lesuvi
ties in the city of Colon.
Another telegram today invl
ted Miss Alfaro to visit the Ciro
Club during the carnival.
Meanwhile,: the Carnival Jun
ta which was rebuffed by Miss
Alfaro, went ahead wtUi plans
to elect a queen to replace her.
Other plans call for providing
free entertainment in several
of the densely-populated areas
of the city during the iour-oay
Carnlvan :
The noon tabloid La Hora
today quoted informed sourc sources
es sources at saying the Secret Pol'ce
will start shaving oft the hair
off the heads of all prisoners
now being held and all robbers
who are arrested in the fu future.
ture. future. ,.':..,. ,,-... 1
' Panama teachersiwere sched
uled to meet today, .to discuss
the possibility of going on strike
when classes are .resumed in
Mav.
The teachers are clamoring
lor pay raises ana better worn
1 lite cuprrmw L-ouru nma ruicu
that a Business firm does not
have to be un to date in its tax
es for one of itj owners to get
a pai y saivo" tax sertin
cate). 'ii'
. The. court' said each owner or
partner can pay up aenarately
Ul 11 -. A
mg pur noil ui any lax acini-
quency and get a tax certificate,
even if the firm ls not up to
date, in tax payments.
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23 Hoodlums
Gel 40 Days
The National Guard reported
the arrest of 23 hoodlums Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night in police raids a-
round the city.
All of them were sentenced' to
40 days in jail, the report said.
The Secret Police meanwhile.
have reported the capture of a
burglar who broke into a home
On East 31st Street and injured
its occupant when he was dis
covered.
Detectives said Mario Mene Mene-ses,
ses, Mene-ses, 38, a man with a long crim criminal
inal criminal record, has been Identified
by Osmond Hokee and his wife
as the man Hokee woke up to
discover crawling on hands and
knees across his bedroom floor.
When Hokee turned on the light
the man attacked him with a
knife.
- In the struegle. the man cut
Hokee on the hand and escaped.
. Meneses was Identified after
police picked him up on suspi suspicion.
cion. suspicion.
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Conferences Set

At Washington I

And Bermuda

- THOMASVILLE, Go., Feb. 11 (UP) The Whiti Whiti-House
House Whiti-House today announced plans for Prtsident Eisenhower:
to hold separate meetings in February and March with,!
the premier of France and the primer minister of Greafi
Britain. --; 4;
The President will meet French Premier Guy Mol Mol-let
let Mol-let in Washington Feb. 26-27. Vi.,
His conference with the new British primer minister-

Harold MacMillan, will be
The -Eisenhower Macmillan
meeting has long been forecast,
but not confirmed officially un until
til until today.
Macmillan early last month
was selected to. succeed Sir An Anthony
thony Anthony Eden who resigned for
reasons of health at a time
Hungary Resumes
Military Draft
To Build Red Army.
Hungsiy ,tody resumed its mili military,
tary, military, draft to xe-build the Com
munist army shattered by tne Oc
tober rebellion. "
Posters on Budapest walls in
structed 'young men between the
ages of 21 and 23 to report to in
due tion centers.
Hungarians wondered what
would happen when the new
draftees" get into uniform. It was
from precisely this age group that
the maioritv of the freedom rent
ers sprang on Oct. 23, to be joined
by many elements of the army.
Resumption of the draft which
ws suspended during the revolt,
along with a new announcement
that persons trying to flee to the
West would be jailed indicsted
that the government of Premier
Janos Kadar. felt itself strong
enough to assert itself in all
fields.
Dag Asks U.N. For

In Dealing With Mid East Deadlock I

UNITED NATIONS, N. Y., Feb.
11 (UP) Secretary-General Dag
HammarskJold today asked the U-
nited Nations General Assembly
for new instrucVions in dealing
with the Israeli-Egyptian deadlock
in the Middle East.
He informed the Assembly in a
new report published this morn
ing that Egypt has reaffirmed "its
intent to observe fully" the provi
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held in Bermuda March 21 -24
when his leadership was under
sharp critical fire for his hand
ling of the Middle East crisis, ft
Mollet has wanted to visit th
United States for some time.
particularly to discuss the Sues
Canal and French policy .Ho,
North Africa. 1 -m
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White House press secret aryJ
James C. Hagerty said erigk
nal plans for the two meet
Ings wer ."mutual- in both"
cases." This was in reply to a
question on' whether. lacmil
lan had asked ea thf fre"s-
site tot the Macmillan corner-
ence was picked at th sugges
tion of the Chief Executive who
conferred there in December,
1953, with Sir Winston Chur Churchill,
chill, Churchill, then the British, prime
minister, and Josenh Lanlel.
then the French premier v: "1!.
it was immediately alter the
1953 meeting, in Bermuda that
the President wen bteforeth
United Nations with bis atom
for peace plan. : -7;.
vv iuny viiuppeii
PERTH, Scotland. Feb. 11 ftnh
A woman who Complained to tke -National
Health Service that h 0j
false teeth did not fit properly w.ss
loni in return went loaay. -.
"They are someone else's." tha
NHS advised.. . ... .r; ii
New Instruction?;?
n
Jsions of the 1949 armistice agree
jment which outlaws "hostile," or
or Israeli forces. J.. t
He pointed out that the Assem Assembly
bly Assembly could recommend "collective
measures" the sanctions demand demanded
ed demanded by the Arab countries-- but
that such recommendstion would
not be compulsory upon UJf, mem
bers. ;.'''. .;
Hammarskjold warned, howev however,
er, however, that invoking sanctions against
Israel, "while supporting efforts to
achieve peaceful soluuonsr.'may
perhaps, on the other hand, be in introducing
troducing introducing new elements of, con conflict."
flict." conflict." .:
The Assembly was expected to
meet Wednesday to consider Ham Ham-marskjold's
marskjold's Ham-marskjold's report and resume its
Middle East debate. There was aa
outside possibility it might be sum summoned
moned summoned tomorrow.
Israeli Abassador Abba S. -ban
filed a new note with Ham-
marskjold yesterday, repeating bis
country's demand for guarantees
that freedom of navigation for Is Israeli
raeli Israeli shipping will be respected
in. the Gulf of Aqab-and io- tha
Suet CanaL i
Eban -said, be had informed his
government I that Hammarskjold
had reused to press Egypt for
these guarantees, and said Israel
must proceed on these assump assumptions.
tions. assumptions. , ,7
1. That Egypt 'iasists on Israeli
withdrawal while reserving belli,
gerent righU for herself to reraala
in effect after such evacuation.
2. That Egypt has not agreed
that free navigation will be instrr instrr-ed
ed instrr-ed in th Gulf of Aqaba after the
withdrawal or that the U.N. emer emergency
gency emergency force should be station? J
on the Aqaba jthorelitie.' j
- 1. Tfcal Egypt will coetiau t
ktoefcado Mi Swoa Canal afainn'
Israeli shippint once the wHr-
way is reipaose to taHrmMonr
traffic.
! C That the "doctrine and pri
tieo of continuing beUigertncT1
will govern Egypt's relations w; .4

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eaarcstod In latter from Marian. V V ; r
THE MAIL BOX

FATHERS AND DAUGHTERS

Sir:

For quite some time I've had something on my chest and
after ieaoaig tne letter written oy "interested Father No. 1,','
I've got to get it off. '
as the lather of a 16-year-oJd daughter, 1 can say tnat 1
think this whole business la a little turned arounci. Wnat gives
tne people in "dean" BalDoa tne idea that they are the "one

and oniy wnen it conies to society's Juagment of tne younger

gynerawon?
: i can say, witji plenty of support, that 1 had rather see
my daugnter trusted to tne hanas of a "Balboa-low-rated" Of
anjr time than in tne company ot the P-bee-bop-'motor-cycle-rloing
uarnlings," in baiooa, who cad themselves young men.
If you need proof, visit the t,otla fountain in the clubhouse for
an, hour or so some day.
. 'iney are ceruitaiy taking a lot for granted when they say
that trie UI Is not good enouan lor tne young ladies" oi Bai Bai-boa.
boa. Bai-boa. Tney wouldn't have to worry aoout this situation if tne
girjs were kept in their own circles, centereti around a good,
cultured home lite.
On the other hand. 1 can't blame some of the girls for

wanting to date soldiers occasionally. They sure have narrow
margins lor getting a date with a uecent'boy in Balboa.
in reference to tne Army making good men out of the re recruits
cruits recruits they get, I have seen young men (gentlemen) come into
the Army wno could very, very easily snow up an officer, or
another enlisted man wno taxes the attitude snown by In Interested
terested Interested Fatner No. 1.
After ail, it isn't the amount of brass on one's., shoulder
that' determines hi people's mlnos wnether a man is a, gentle gentleman.
man. gentleman. Because of his rank, only their actions snow respect tor
an officer with such an opinion of the ui. Ana if his opinion
01 th make-up of the Army Is so low, why doean t he get out?
Afraid of what the "nasty ole' Stateside civilian" might do to

him?
v Perturbed Father No. 1 (Sgt.)

Labor News
And
Comment

By VICTOR RIESEL

LOS ANGELES: It seems to

me that you'd say No! if some
Federal officer asked you if you

had ever met a Soviet spy. Yet
we've just run into some docu

ments here which show that there's

a fellow over yonder in the Ha

waiian islands who isn't quite as

sensitive as you and i.

On Monday, Dec. 3, a Senate

committee asked a chap by the
name of Newton Miyagt a pretty

plain question:

"Have' you met any; member of

the soviet military intelligence on
this isle or any other Isle of the

Hawaiian Islands?"

Mr. Miyagii who was under oath

at the time, refused to answer that

question on the erounds that it

would tend to incriminate him if he
did. He took the Fifth, That's his

privilege.
It's alM our privllago It Leek
littlt into Miyagi, He's an in influential
fluential influential fallow tn tha itlts
which also happens to havo tht
most Important conetntratien of
military tocrats and staffs oot oot-sida
sida oot-sida tht Ptntaoon.

He's one of Harry Bridges' men
in the land of pineapple, sugar and
strategic docks. Brother Miyagi is
secretary-treasurer of Local 142 of

me iniernauunai uratsumcuicu

and Warchousemens' Union. This

union covers the islands, it it
strikfis. It rioDles the islands.

That makes it a mighty vital u u-nion.
nion. u-nion.
Miyagi was being questioned
that morning by the Senate. Com

mittee on Internal Security. There
is not way of knowing what the
committee had in mind. The point
is that Miyagi wouldn't deny meet meeting
ing meeting Soviet intelligence agents.

"Now, .We Expect Big .'Things of You Kids"

ELVIS WINS Bf A WIGGLE

fiHr:

t I read the recent letter about Frankie Lymdn and C.F.N.
Now I know this certai i person 'A'Tanitie iiyinon ian is
tiiat same little dear who pu t(ie article Hot Oil The' Presley"
in this paper Nov. V, ltfofi. fine seems to be strongly against
Elvis.
"' I would like to say this: Elvis sounds like a male, and is
cute. He is also a wonderful actor, l-.ow take FranKie. He
isn't cute, sounds like a girl, and can't act. Furthermore, Elvis
is-three, times as popular as Frankie. When tome oi the kias
V;sdhool talk about, rankle, -dozens of others will turn around
askvho in toelitcliiFrloi Lymon is. 7 Vv
A9 far as Elvis' acting shinty is concerned I think he did
ayf well, In fact, perfectly in his first picture, "Love Me
Tiflder." In answer to "Reoel's" question, "Will Elvis' picture
be-a failure?" The answer is, "No, it wasn't."
And, in regard to the fact that C.F.N. doesn't play Frankle's
racoras, they' aren't the "best." I don' blame the oisc-jockeys
tet turning down and not being able to play Frankie 's records.
If wu one of them I'd say we didn't have any of his records,
JusS so I wouldn't have to hear his ugly voice.
WX think that anyone who has ever heard Frankie Lymon
and the Teenagers sing will agree with me (except people like

-RJiber)

The committee counsel, Judge

Rnhrt Morris, asked a lot of oth

r niicstlons of a lot of other union

officials mucn 10 me oyspepm
of the union's island attorneys,

who have prospered nicely while

slavln for the woruers 01 Hawaii.

The record will show that these
lawyers had tried to stop Judge
Morris from asking so many an

noying questions.
Tiifioft Mnrns has revealed that

he had been caiiea oy uoe 01 iuc

itni-nnvc mvm svmonas. ioe

mpn wanted an SDDO i n t m e n t

Jude Morris obliged. They met
in Ttnnm 16 of the Iolini Palace.

... .-w J

with Svmond were oinerg, liiciua

ing his law partner. Mrs. liamei

Bousiog. u.ne-vniu'u
nr-i tw.i Ahev could,' set thesr

chents (0 MiWerertain'questlons.

as follows: .-" ,

onH "Have von been a member of

the Communist party within a
certain period of time?"
.Judge Morris' professional nose
smelled something despite the
balmy Pacific breeze coming m
from the sugar and pineapple

V -X).. Ik' .......

W A il SV s

vvdiier uumciieii

;

A HE..

InllewYorlc

TO UNCLE
PHEW

SAM FROM

On December 5, the Feds swoop-

necessary to abolish the

race, proper methods should be
used. Among them are guns, -bows

ana arrows, snngshots and knives

ed down into Clinton, lenn., and We hold these truths to be self self-arrested
arrested self-arrested sixteen yellow members! evident: that all whites are created

Ncgru, a distinction between KKJC" dutfitt

J, mt.;. d-MA.t. .

una wniie uuzen councus, Kas Kas-p"er
p"er Kas-p"er does not. He regularly an

nounces speaking engagemens

uciui n miu groups, ;-;,

13

y iiw

r.'GTorj

Gd-RouriD

WASHINGTON Fof appioxl-lport. "notwithstandine thesp urinp

maieiy ie; years aner tne ena oi proposals, tne companies offered

World War 1; American oil torn'

panics jockeyed with the British

for pos." ession of me : greatest -oi

prize in the world Iran. Iraq, Sau

di Arabia, and the small sheikdoms

at tne head of the Gull of Persia

For another ten years, Ameican

011 companies also jockeyed be

tween themselves. v 7

Todav. American ; oil indirectly

' . -. ... -i

is jocKeymg with Congress 0 e r

economic aid to the near East, 0 0-ver
ver 0-ver fear of Arab nationalization,
and over the spectre of Soviet en

croachment.

Officially. Secretary of State Dul

les and the Eisenhower administra

tion are doing the Congressional
jockeying A But the oil' companies

remain we vitauy interested par

wes in mb naxKgrouna.

Of tht importarfct of thtst til
fields thort can bo nt dtbata, OF
fht nood of (cooping thorn out ef

Yir nonas moro it no ariu-

mtnt.- Bvt thtrt It difftrtnet tf

tPinitn ts to who aheuM aav lha

kill tht til companlat or In t
taxpavtrs, Thort it alto dobata

tn whether Ifs tht til compadiat
which dictate tur near East po-

ncy tr tht Eiitnhtwtr adminii.

tration. ; a;-r

Finally there is debate ovar how

zar the armed forces of the United

States should be -pledged to pro protect
tect protect a private American invest

ment, or if the armed forcei are

to De used, should near East oil

remain an unregulated, unsuoer-

vised private investment.
All these Doints. invalvintf the

risk of war,4ra,so important that
the Senate, believing 'the public is
entitled to all the facts, has voted
an investigation of American poli policy
cy policy dating back through the Tru

man administration. v.

want to congratulate CJT.N. and thank them also for jolaiital ions. The lawyers, coi

Dialing Elvis' songs. I also pity the disc-jockeys lor having to

B$n to Frankie as we listeners can turn it on when he come3
onand turn it on again in about three minutes.
A f elvlsisu
KUDOS TO Gl's
in

wMy husband and I wish to express our gratitude and thanks

Wpthe two Ols of Amador Motor Pool who helped us last Sat Sat-ursay
ursay Sat-ursay morning when our Hudson refund to start. They etop etop-pe&
pe& etop-pe& and offered a hand, found the broKen wire, carried it to
a inan who promptly fixed it and put It back on the car. It
made us feel good to know that there are still folks on the
tosd who will help someone in distress, and even though they
wet not la fatigues. They were not afraid to get their hands
dirty and spend their time with us. We are most grateful to
think there are OI's on Jhe Isthmus not only for this but many
ot&er instances. This is only one of the many.
Thank again boys ad hope me may have more friends
11k you.

Mr. ic Mrs. Hudson-Owner

NO
-WO.
'
lK

Gj.'s AND ZONE MOTHERS

JTI would like to ask all mothers of the Canal Zone why. why
auVthi talk about soldiers and Canal Zone girls.
To start with, I am a C.Z. Brat myself. I attended both
CBS and BHS, and have been In the Canal Zone for 18 years
U jmy life except for my service time, which s pent in Korea.
Tht average soldier doesn't come into the Zone, because he
inows he isn't liked. Bo he goes into Panama. The few who
ty in the Zone art as a rule nice guys who don't want any
trouble from anyone. 80 they go skating, or to the movies.
Tntrt they meet glris, and no one can put them down for try try-ln
ln try-ln to get a date.
If they do, it 13 the girl who has to go out with him, not
yoa mothers. If you think your daughter Is a young lady, and
yo trust her. yoa will lot her bring him home so you can

owe nun. 11 you aon t age him tnen. that's a different story.
I have asked girls I sat next to in school to go out The
rly was the same. -You are a soldier." That to me is a blast.
I have the same problem. God willing someday I will
snarry her, but her parents object strongly to her going out
with me. If her parents trusted her. they would let her bring
mt home. It is not necessary for me to ao out with her alone.
I would Just as soon take mother along. It would save a lot of
problems for both of us (if mother can take an evening of
teas-fun;.
v! CX. Brat and Stldler

i n i,a rarnrn. naa saiu w-y

could "control" their clients. Tltis
meant that they were trying to
make a "deal" with the Senate
Committee. They were saying, in
ef.ect, if you go beyond those two
questions, we'll really sound off
and the boys won't cooperate.
if.; .nH thi Senators a-

nau ihuii'- .

of the White Citizen Councils

Twenty lour hours before the ar

rests a mob of bigoted bullies had

right to go there.. .Though now

on bail, putting these lawbreakers

behind bars is long overdue. Now,
Mr.. Browne, you ought to put the
whole damb organization where it

belongs alongside the name of

with certain rights; among these
are life, liberty and the pursuit of

aeau niggers.

In March, the leadint? lnnsp nf

me wniie citizen councils, Asa
Carter, published an unsigned ar article
ticle article in his hate rag calline h i

the KKK on your U.S. Attorney uel cowards to action:, "Our so-

General's subversive list. .This will 'uuon.s be tc.force an ac

mean that no member of the White

Citizen Councils can remain on the

Fedefaf 'Government payroll ui n n-ny
ny n-ny capacity, whatsoever.
' V l'r-r-
Four1 years ato President Ike

directed the Justice Department to

list every organization found to be
"totalitarian, fascist, communist

or suoversive." He said little a a-bout
bout a-bout outfits advocating "force or
violence" to deny others their
rights under the U. S. Constitu

tion. .Are the White 1 Citizen mob-

counting now,..to serve notice we
are not nlavino fay -.. iT.

(time...that we will fight it duf for

our ennaren rather than pass -the
fight to them;..We intend to fight."
...On April 10, one hundred and
fifty W. C.'ers, including tome of

"vni uuys, auacxea wat
King Cole in Birmingham,-Ala.
In Juno, 1956 the Seaboard Cit Citizen
izen Citizen Councils was formed in
Wash., D. C. bv the notorinna .Tnh

Kasper, one of the top commissars

sters eligible for the Government's 'and troublemakers m the maggoty
roster of rotters? Let's look: movement. Kanir m0ii ..T

Dec. 7. '54. the Mareniro sheet calltH

r.,niv ivi,; zui n si. vu

vuu"lj viuf.eu vvuiiuiis in uuiu wiucn reauS lilctfb a

inswrred "no" to each ouestion
and that would have been he end
of the probe. All the Senate taf taf-fers
fers taf-fers would have gotten for their
Mn would have been a dip

in the Waikiki surf

Alabama warned that blood would

be spu.ed on the campus if Ne

groes tried to enter while schools.

Blood was spilled...On May 9, '55,

neea oniy nvr Miss. was shot while drivinif his

car. Rev. Lee died for urging Ne Negro
gro Negro voters to register at election
time despite warnings from the

wnite Citizen Councils. ..In Belzoni,
too, Gus Courts became active in
interracial work. Citizen. Councils

, ...litngger men told him to lay off.

When the committee -';i'uH refused On Nov .27, '55, Gus
the deal, the union denoundti; Courts was critically wounded.
And the. secretary-treasurer of the
hig Hawaiian local refused Jo at-1 Lt$t Ftb race.riotcrs ,ed bv
firm or deny whether "e naJ meil Council crumbs drove Autherine

5T0CCKH0LDERS OF
). FIIIAIICIERA UTMEfiA, S. A.
(Isthmian Finance Co., Inc.)
; W wish to remind you that tht regular Central
-AMtmbly of Stockholdera win be hold in tht. SA.
; L0N WASHINGTON. HOTEL EL PANAMA," en
Thtrday, March 7th 1957 at pA
w J
Stockholders who art unabla to attend this mart mart-ling
ling mart-ling SHOULD MAIL THEIR PROXIES in due tima
-to Apartada 4177, Panama City. Republic of Pa
nami.
' -.,,"'- i
CONZALO LOPE2.FABRECA
; 1 Stcrttary.

vith Soviet intelligence agents.

Knw. there is a new law which

u.t rnnsrsa can aranl lm

M.m.riminatlon to

e Vho ta rk n ernbar.

raising oueslion. This means wai
Snyone fusing to answer or
go to jail.
Thi orartitally repeals the Ftfth
Amendment.
Such Immunity wa franttd
Sit lc t ao-it of thos

H-d bv fHo rmmton n Ha--H
om wV t txH""'""
Urnv Cyinox. 'yt W'll
aSmit -'
it M.Ua tU MmiH n
tV. Klf P-'rv Kf-v-., 4 U,

Lucy from the camous of Alabama

University. Four days later the W.
C. boys in Mpqtgomery passed out

leanets wnich read

niff

out of Hitler calling upon Council

nicmDers to ,"nang nine Supreme

v-wui v owiue, ; destroy Keds (All
Muscovite Savages), Rooseveltian
Dupes, and Death to Usurers1 The

sqbh,iso contains news

cups ana press photos showing
crosses burning (and suggesting

more j Detore- .the homes of

-niei justice warren, ex-Senator
Lehman and Justice Frankfurter.

On AUOUtt 24. this Km TAl,n

- .. WVUU
Kasper interrupted a meeting of
the Virginia Council on Human p

lauons to snnek: "We in the Cit-

lzens Councils have declared war

un you. we are going to run vou

uui ui (own. ...Three wsolr. 1t

rra. nn k 1 1 1

uu.uau ior causing a riot,
Kasper screamed to a howlin?

mK ui- m At P

w jus lans mat ne wanted

every ype or resistance" against
P ting Americads of afl races go
to' school together.

10 aum up: Their ugly recorj
shows that the White Citizen Coun Councils
cils Councils have adopted a policy of ad advocating
vocating advocating or approving force or
violence to deny others their Con Constitutional
stitutional Constitutional rights, it tn Stairs 4hal

mbucq propaganda mcitint;
Americans to "alter the form nf

government of the U. s. hv

stituUonal means." It shows that
they have created a riim.t.

fear in manv. Southern Mmmn.Ll a. :. .i'

tiea anrl K vUiMuiiur m.Lu nmcuKiiu vuynunuc aid.

hatred

This writer also has been dieeins

Out some of the near East facts

tne pu&i'c is entitled to-know a

bout. They- go back to the first
loan and lend-lease grant to the
father of the present Arabian mo

narch, King Ibn Saud, in 1941,

xnoruy oeiore reari Harbor,

This aid was extended by the
Roosevelt administration hpranao

it too recognized the imoortanee of

Araoian ou ana necause the Amer American
ican American companies, which then eon-

trolled the Arabian-American Oil

Company, offered to supply oij to

tne u.s. wavy at the relatively

cneap price 01 cents a barrel.

The ontlro transaction, which
took placa under tht Dtmtcrattr
was later Investigated by the
Stnatt mvtstlaatina -commlHto
th undtr the ftoavbllcan. Tho
Roavbilcan tritlciim tf a Dome,
ieratic adminiHratitri -for uaina
taxpaytrt'. mtnty ftr tht- til
ctmpanias was last as rigorous
as tht prtstnt Democratic criti criticism
cism criticism tf Rtpublictn policial in
tht ntar East,'

The Senate committee found that!

the Texas Company and Standard

of California, then the two chief

investors in Aramco, had hired
James Moffett. former oreaident

of Standard Oil of New Jersey and

ciose iriena or Roosevelt's, to

ine navy ruei oil' at 51.05 a barrel
on a take-it-or-leave-it basis, Tha 1
Navy was forced to buy the oil, oa
these .terms. r
' "The oircbmpahiei "were under -moral,
if not legal obligation to
disclose to the. Naval procurement -officers
their previous proposals
for the cale of oil submitted to tha
President."
But; charged the Senaf

sMopted under Republican leader
ship, they "exploited the govern-
ment. by exactina-hicrh nrir

their products, despite the assist assistance
ance assistance to Saudi Arabia at the mm.

panies' behest to protect and pre.
serve the companies cojacessions.

jme oenaie committee went on
to teJL how the dU companies
claimed they had ; doubled their
royalties to King Saud, and observ.
ed: "The U.S. government clearly

too ucuauucu Because tneroyai
ty payments were hot doubled."-
It was on the basis of these Sen Sen-ate
ate Sen-ate charges that the Justice De-
partment brought' suit against tha ;
American companies which com-
prise the combine for an over
charge of $67,000,000. 5 -'
'-ry: t- .a;....--.
? OIL PROFITS ZOOM

nave Dromoteri srnu-. Kino TKn fianH t..J kl.

ana grOUD Violenr. T hudffot. iinhalanf dm4 .l.ln.-j

Even while tut on bail (on

peal irom a One-vear rnntamnf

rap) Kasper continues his racist
operations. Recently he issu-rt a

call to all white Soufhprnr tA

fuse to obey Federal Government
orders on seereaation. h itn.

manaca mat local nuMi tr.

cials, arrest any Federal judge or

anon, u snows they are anti-A-

vii.au uu suoversive.

The WhHt Cltiitn Councils brag
they have better than a million
members. ..That', mnn th.. w.

Commies or the Nazis started out
with in any country.The Council
mobs know exaetlv u-h.t h...

ln. t.,.t J

T'"" ""u ureciseiv nnwn what

gutter they are going. Before die-

ivi n seize power, they first
must turn group Igainst grour.

..f '"'..""wy oooks that

""C ? JiSi.7f2ii interfeCwhUe

... CT uct.-uuiPii-.tiie v. j.,Aaorney'i office makes lyf

that his royalties from Aramco

were insufficient. He wanted an
extra $6,000,000 annually from
them during the war. The Euro

pean war had been in progress
for two years and American entry
was considered inevitable. So in
return for a promised chean riee

for oil for the U.S. Navy, an RFC
loan of $30,000,000 was advanced to

the British for King Saud. i Extra
loans and lend-lease funds totaling

w,uw,uuo were extended later.
"u.s. was Defrauded"'

"To induce tht grant of aid to

Some of the Senator! nnw Intra.-

tigating1 the proposed Dulles Doc Doctrine
trine Doctrine for the near East, compart
circumstances today with those of
1941 when Aramco maniuvri tha.

first American aid for the father
of King Saud. Today King Saud't
treasury is also low, as a result of
curtailed oil shioment

by the Suez stoppage. and ht

sqeks American economic aid.

In this connection tha smIim

jwebefore them tht recent prof.

me ou companies, as com compiled
piled compiled by the House Small B u 1 i i-ness
ness i-ness Committee, showing their
profits increased the amazing to total
tal total of 37 per cent during the first
three years of the Eisenhower ad administration.
ministration. administration. ,
' 'r'' ' 1 i '-;. :
Prtfita tf Standard tf N.J.;
shtt uo frtm $S19,N1,000 in 1952
I? 'ff ,,'W W- Soeony-
Mobiloil wont from a profit tf
fiTTO" J 15J tt 20r,434,.
000 la 155. Ttxaa Oil lumpod
from a $141,121,000 trafit In MO

to $22730,000 in 1955. Standard
f California that from $174,030,.
000 in 1952 ft $231,139,000 In 19$f.
These companies also enjoy Spe-.
cial tax write-offs; such as the 27Vi
per cent pil depletion .allowance,''
which other taxpayers cannot get.
Another column on American oil,
the near East and the Dulles Doc
trme ..will follow shortly. ;
Flag-Draped Body

Of Horfhy Buried

Wav...Rut. th wkw. A.i 1 the Saudi Arahian Bnvurnmant 1

ells bully boys don't-read hut-Ll t,he Senate investigating eommitW

because th mn't ... j Jiound in 1948. "The Arablan-Amr.

subversive tactics come naturaL,,cn m Co"Pny offered to seU

From Aureo-to Terra-
By BOB RUARK

r-e

U'ar..

Maat 1 I
tr tfc I. 'A
ana4. r r-w n4
n f- '-M v '"nil.
fU'. It W V
poet two woV In Mlmi oach.
i 'o H! 01V n WMt Cnarf

Hiinv H'a Hma tt ion watr

wtwrla tnc" v ,,aw,! wch
codes of th AFT -CIO call r
war n Communist as well as
ercoV.

We seem in

nave Become a

recent:, years to advanced that

nation of do-it- out. This doll

l

a new sick doll Is'ev i ...n j. ..

ui UD-ii- out. 1 nia Ann n, . '- --iiiwuivi. ira

1 .j . . 1 win y .els 11 m ah 1:

vuursen aiasnosucians. ami anv- nanic mni.a ki.i,. v" loncer.

body with no baleful symptoms is also has an internal heatlnV 1 "n 'l n

a social outcast. Once upon a time. para tus which piv. ,-J. eT.

t ..J -1 a. a 1 v.a n fClli uiImI S

Cl-. i "r! out

mouth.

we talked about girls and base- perature. It

baU; now there is less sex than thermometer and

we all seem-

.

an. ,u wur or -aur.
tern- !?:Kr PVcaIa, and com-

I also

10 tne unitea states under a pro

posal oaiea April is, 1941, at pric

es based on fuel oil at 40 cents

per barrel.
"When the United States needed

tne oit because of its war de demand,"
mand," demand," continued the Senate re-!

LISBON. Feb! 11 mp i. ri-

Hungarian tricolor and tht flas?

or an admiral of the Austro-Hun.
garun Navy draped Nicholas Hor Hor-thy's
thy's Hor-thy's coffin when the hnHv nt .,..

gary's former dictator was remov'
ed from' his hn'ma in trainrii k

British cemetery la Lisbon.
The funeral service was held
there todajr at noon.

. tv 'tar

SIDE GLANCES

BvCalbraith

uiuici rr.mni.T. wnn -

iiexible mouth. nnau caa assume

syndrome, less baseball and more That'. .VanTn- ""fr the proDortion. A) "s"n'e

peptic ulcer in the cocktail chat-young in the hypochondriac field 2 hitt night and Z2i

tr lV.:".i7-v -v k--. Uu "eia.-j "-" watt

Everybody feels

to time, and

down to something you ate. on Judvinff (mn. l.Jt.... disease

maybe you picked, up some bad. shelf and 'from sneakv 7k, .1 A "I food banco. .1

known the' bathrooms of friends, adults ?0u. delusions of iearterJum.

-11 ' ,. 'ft-t thing you know dolly will be 1... orrcUy assumed as
feels lousy 'from time taking Salk shoU and possessing iVv ni '"Poisoning Vt w
i,l.used 10 put special ,ot for MUtownT f ..k w aU the symptoms of heart

ice somewhere. ; I have

norjIa whn fiv tin riffarattaa nd Uf n hank-mnt.... r..i .

aWhai ...a -h k. ati iHi.i- -lli-.T"r" J even

- w auu avit wvt HUBLUUUr'ia 11 St WBtl Sftaaava aua.

time because the

bad

booze

1 uM;.i.
1

tha ..... umvw preaertDtMuia i

and the k J .T "ia V" ,T neaa. inA ,L-

nicotine masked the nagging lit-Jwh Xtf?- S.S.tteyW siclT
Ut ills that art parcel to the hu- stead of girdles and lawnmowrrs ymPtrte of illnesa.
man mechanism as it approaches Just from tht stuff m. It used to be that ..

leave behind and which I throw J??" fH together to chat about
out because I dool know what the tne,r Prskal troubles. Today.
stuff ia aood for thr i. a niii'swear tht mea baa i.tJ .J

n. Ill Wl . r ,V)lvMw.kl. - T .

itci; ui, rvuua, pdUOO. a DO ,a a DOOOT to ft-
powder to go with It !Plct golf, tad at "greater bores

aiavpirnj pins, fOTTinffMj ptne, man ponca ef bucks swap-

inrnni,. Tanvniag,, MOTM R f
UI. All tht m-emr-. from
rtt- to ttrra-. Ont friend
prtductd tn tati-autbwni ain,
and thort art tnowth Klftily c c-trtd:
trtd: c-trtd: vjtamlnt. wHich. txlt1t

cnaM rttcTMWwwiat to

ChaA ipstJUudt
COLON
fANAMA

age.

From what I knew tf atcttrt
and dlafaetii, one man's mtat
la another man's ponpiaa, and
tHt diantN ia tfron itfctlv to
bo aaiod ta How tht doctor him him-mH
mH him-mH l ftrlHi t tthe Hmt. If
tht dacttrt' tonfut Is caatod,
fht pitiant la Mlloutl h tht dt.
tor hat I wot tvtt imoktnfl, fht
aiationt h tdvlaod to evt tut i
f era. Diotntaia It at kitatet tci-

: tnct tt hot, tad tf worst can
f bo crtmitMlly nrausod.
' At the moment, for instance,
there is to be released a vending
machine which will otfer tat lay lay-rai
rai lay-rai a kit for ttt himself fotv
diabetes. Cost of kit: 2S cents.)

iw un BiacDinea win ue piacea LreryOoCj cam De that sick. A

.. w vt aapinn, owue ot OTimme. ; 1 fu re sun Dreaming, at rou re
railroad and subways stations, air- a hnttte of iodine, a rottl of rmn .1 .'-ra Tf. ami

.ports and tht like. aalU and a bottle of Broma S -7 r t lock at it a ad tint ifril

Tbt doU industry kas SO far ied to be stock bathroom r'rrra ay."

at

fAtot frertlon tain

carry t fun f tf wtodlcirm,
which thty fokt a htndfula and
tufa tad artat tooa. thalr
frionda. Thoy r'vt fhomoolvtt
hytte of livor ehatt tnd a-1.

Everybody cani be that sick.

ping sjmptoms. If they could rust
have babies, their lives would be

wmfcia-.
jelfestinf machines, probabl y
for everrthing from diabetes to
cancer. I saw a serisua v.

other day ia which soma charac character
ter character reckons yoa caa measure caa-

cr-r oj Daaawnruig testa.
The only answer 1 ran anrmt1

1 for this slot-machine approach tt
isrif healing is another machine

ch will produce cards saying:

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AGI THRU
GOP Leader Supports Knowland
In Plans To Slash Ike Budget
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Sen. Styles Bridiies (R-N.H.) said land's prediction that Congress

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RENO BUSINESS DISTRICT AFTER BLASTS This was the scene in Reno' business dis district
trict district the day after gas blasts rocked the town Feb. 5, causing an estimated three million dol dollars
lars dollars 'damage.; Fire that, roared through this block destroyed eight stores,- two of ftoe build- ;
Irigs,- the Elks Club and a movie theatre. -

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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Ex Exclusively
clusively Exclusively Yours' "The Fuzzy Pink
Nightgown" may not be a tickler
for" Marie McDonald but it is for
Jane Russell. i
The film's plot similarity to
Marie's Great Kidnap w Mystery
left Marie blushing, -but Jane's on'

Cloud Nine. Not because the film
crashed the headlines along s with

Marie, Jane told me, but because
the farce comedy "should be one
of the best r movies I've ever

made." ii-v--:-, Ai",' J

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MOVIES W

Says Jane:. "I'm.r not. oully

mad about comedias. I-. usually
read 'era and say 'Ugh!' But this
one. I love.!' -h'a
Sample- hilarity: .... Jane, as a
kidnaped movie star, plies her
captors with cocktails, in hopes
of escaping. But she has jone too
many herself and becomes so gay
she decides to remain a captive.
BOB MITCHUM,, is pulling Jio
punches about the British press
after film-making in London: and
British1 West Indies -;. got

along with 'em fine," .he 0 says,

"but they're impossible.

Jack Benny's slick line to Jayne
Mansfield on CBS-TV: "You look

like k million. And that's ; quite

a lot. you know about $116,000

after taxes." . .Doris Day is

moving to Palm Springs for two
months when she completes "The
Pa jama- Game." Health Ins u r r-nce..,..1t's'!mbr'than
nce..,..1t's'!mbr'than r-nce..,..1t's'!mbr'than a bifpkeri

neraffpment forSartimv Davis JT

and Chicago model Cordiei Hall.

sha turned around and married

her new idea of a Mr. Wonderful

Marison Stewart of Indlanapo

lis. ffifip:. A vV'V -r'p

DlcS Shawn claims the j only

thing spectacular about TV these
days is the salaries. But not his.
"Mine," he says, "is just cute."
Dorothy Dandrige's Limbo
dance in "Island in the Sun" is
drawing gasps from fUm editors
assembling the picture. M a k e s
rock V roll look like the minuet.
THE, 'JINX THAT plagued is
off the current cr6p of ex-moppet

stars in Mpvietown; Natalie
Wood's the new- queen of the
Warner lot, Dean Stockwell's star

ring in "The Careless Years'

Luana Patten is headed for star stardom
dom stardom at U-I; i Daria Massey's be being
ing being groomed ; for big things at

Allied Artists, : and Sybil Jason,

who was; a kid' star at Warner

uros. in the late 30's, will play

a .sexy -flapper in the studio's

lortncoming ,','The Jazz Age,.!'

Not th Script:, Band Itadar

Ross. Morgan.. xDlainlno. h i t

switch to straight acting In. two

movies, "Tho Croat Man,", and

"Mr.i Cory": "It was easy, i'vo
boon? acting for .months playing
rock 'n roll and pretending to

onioy it.-;;-i';:ri Vr-i..v V ? V

The Witaet : 5 A six-year-old left
the table of bis parents in a Holly-

son. Alter a lew seconds he re

turned and in a loud voice said

"Hey,; dad,- does M-E-N spell

Doys"
THIS. IS.. HOLLYWOOD, Mrs.

Jones:, Cornel Wilde sold himself,
bis wife Jean Wallace and his
pet parrot to- Paramount for "The
Fastest Man on Earth," an auto auto-racing
racing auto-racing ., story. The parrot even
has a line .of dialogue:. "How are
you, sweetheart' 4t,.; r
Tod Steiger andt actress 'Sally
Grtcie, Wparfor three- yeart,1
waflt ''V ttyof ariofher "grab at
th happy Carriage'" go V round.
He's currently ia Londort f o r"
"Across-the Bridge.".'. Richard
Greene and Pat-Medina decided
on a three-month period of -steady
courtship before they ; make the I

big decision to remarry. But pals
think they may not wait that long.
Pat's words ge on a rehitch with

TV's Robin Hood, : whom she di

vorced ta 1951: v t v

i"! think Richard has wanted

me back ever since we were di

vorced. I love him, and I thin he

loves me. The, important thing is

that we should both get time at

least three monhs when we can

sit down together and discuss the

whole "question.?

Anglo-Jordan

Talks Continue

In Friendly Spirit
. AMMAN, Jordan,; Feb. 11 (UP)
-British and Jordanian 'officials
conferred for 2Vi hours again to today
day today on terms .for i cancellation of
their treaty providing Jordan with

a 30 million uoiiar annual' sudsi sudsi-dy
dy sudsi-dy in return for British military
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After .tha-ifirst session ; of .the
talks last week, it was reported
that British Ambassador Charles
Johnston and Jordanian Premier
Suleiman Nabulsi were negotiating
in a "friendly spirit." N

today he asrees with Senate Re

publican Leader William F; Know Know-land
land Know-land (Calif.) that1 Congress will

trim more than two bllhon dollars

from Presidept Eisenhower's, new

Duageu

: Bridges, ranking Renublicau' on

ine senate Appropriations Commit

lee, promised to spell out soon just

where he believes Mr. Eisenhow-Jjailed explanation1 of how culs can

er's 71.8 billion dollar : budget for
fiscal 1958 can be cut. -.
. But ho noted that Knowland
said Saturday that ho beliovos
Congfoso will reduce: tho appro
priations raquosted by tho V ad
ministration by "upwards of two
billion dollars." .",
"I concur in the figure that Sen
ator 'Knowln "Bidrgess.tse dhaa
ator Knowland has set," Bridges
said in an interview., ; ?
Bridges, besides serving on the
Appropriations Committee, also is
chairman of the Senate Republi
can Policy Committee.. ;
v Knowland, serves on the Appro
priations Committee s and on the
Foreign Relations Committee

which acts first on foreign ? aid

will reduce ; the administration's

1.95 billion dollar budget for for
eign economic aid, Bridges replied,
"Oh, sure."
Ho said ho is at work on a spo
cific program for cutting tho bud
-got. j:
"I expect to have available in

the reasonably early future, a de

vw'.vw:':':',::: fr

be made." Bridges said

While he was not 'ready to give
an overall figure for his recom
mended cuts, Bridges said it
would "surely be upwards of two

billion dollars." I
When Mr. 'Eisenhower submitted!
his budget to Congress last month,
he estimated federal spending at

71.8 billion dollars in tiie uscal

year beginning next July l.,
.. Tho budget oskod for. new
"spending authority" totalling
73.3 billion dollars, .with some of
tho funds to bo spend in future
years.
' Mr. Eisenhower has said it is

the duty of Congress to make sav
ings in the budget. If it can. Trea

sury Secretary George M. Humph

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FLOOD WATERS ROLL ON This aerial view shows flood waters of the Cumberland River
swirling through Barbourville, Ky., after some of the worst floods in history began Inundat-f-lng
communities In the Cumberland River Valley. t
, , 1 i ; ; '' '"'J

money, a perennial target ot tneirey invited Congress to make such

congressional economy dioc. 'cuts.
.,;,- -K.:4i-'' W .v.
US Reds Give Overwhelming Vote
To Mosco-Recommended Decision

The talks, are jexpected to end
within a week. f. f

Bomb Explosion In

Barcelona Kills

One, Injures Four
BARCELONA. Feb. 11 (UP)

A small bomb exploded in a police

jeep in the center of Barcelona to today
day today killing one policeman and in

juring four others.

It was feared that one of the in

jured men would die. j : :

Tbrf osi;'li..poe'safd'

was an acciaeni, occurred ia me
Via Layctana in front' of ponce

neadquarters.

There was no immediate exolan.

ation as to why the bomb bad ex

ploded. Police said that it was be

ing carried in the jeep at the time

it went, on.

NEW YORK, Feb. 11 '(UP)

The' U.S. Communist Party meets

today to discuss i a proposed new

constitution bv which member

voted overwhelmingly to remain a

political party in a Moscow-recom

mended decision.

Delegates to the party's 6th na

tional convention yesterday adopt-

d.ed a compromise resolution fram

ed to resolve sharp differences a a-mong
mong a-mong the party's leadership. ''; ? -Members
voted to continue the
name and party form and to
"strengthen, rebuild and consoli

date" the party as recommended

by the Kremlin,
The resolution which opposed
changing the party into a "politi "political,
cal, "political, or education association", was
a victory for the faction headed
by William Z.. Foster, the party's

75-year-old national chairman. Fos
ter and Eugene Dennies, the par

ty's general secretary, have hewed

close to the hard, Moscow-line.

.the conveniibnbnt two norrespond norrespond-nts
nts norrespond-nts for- Tass, rthe" official Soviet
news agency, were barred.
- Gates said reporters were bar barred
red barred to prevent party delegates
from being publicly identified and
possibly being subject to some re retaliatory
taliatory retaliatory action in their communi communities
ties communities He denied newsmen were bar barred
red barred at,'" reprisal. ;; .2 '. v
The resolution" was introduced by
Mrs. Oleta O'Connor Yates, chair chairman
man chairman of the San rancisco Commu Communist
nist Communist Party and one of 14 California
Communists convicted of conspir conspiring
ing conspiring against the government.
Acceptance of the re'n'iitinn
brought the party in line with the

Kremlin, which recently has criti criticized
cized criticized American "revisionists."

Plans Well Advanced

For Rotary Caucus

ROTARY NEWS
Plans for the reception of the del del-egaies
egaies del-egaies to the District; Rotary Inter Inter-na'ional
na'ional Inter-na'ional Convention to be held m

Colon Feb. 21 to 24-are .well art.

vam-ed, the president, joe Harnns Harnns-trin
trin Harnns-trin announced at Thursday's meet

ing of the Cristobal Colon Rotary

Club.

So far 69 reservations have been

nuide,-with Costa Rica in Uie lead
with reservations for 42.
There will be represent at ives
from Clubs in Costa Uica, Nicara Nicaragua,
gua, Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, Sa va va-dor
dor va-dor and Panama and the cooptua cooptua-tion
tion cooptua-tion of the government and city of officials
ficials officials has been promised to en ensure
sure ensure that the delegates are extend extended
ed extended every consideration and courte courtesy
sy courtesy during their visit, Harrington
said. "; .' .
The club is negotiating with Co Colon
lon Colon merchants to grant substantial
discount during the conference to
ladies wearing Rotary Ann em emblems
blems emblems while the Strangers Club
has been given a thorough refur
bishing for the occasion.
The visitors and local Kotarhns

will tafce a trip to Fort Lorenzo on

Feb. 24.

Birthday Party
For Miss Mehal

Miss P aid; Mehal celebrated her
hirthday. last Saturday night at

tiomfi. on Domingo Espinar
Street here in company-of a large

fcamcnng ot relatives and friends.
Among those present were: Miss
es A. Amarlo, V. Lasso, D. Small,
R. Tyrell, Z. Torres, E. Daley, P.
Perez., E. Perez, M. Daley, A.
Haymcs, R. Haymes, E. Leonard,

.S Barrett and R. Mehal: Messrs.'

uordon Bascombe, R. Clarke, J.
Torres, P. Ulloa, A. H. Morrell,
B. Drakes, T. Morrell, R. E. Ctim Ctim-berbatch,
berbatch, Ctim-berbatch, H. Maloney, J. Hay Haywood
wood Haywood and J. Kaye.

ii ottered a compromise to a

(action headid by John Gato(,

editor of tho CommunUt Daily

Worker, in providing for further

discussion" as may bo organised
by tho incoming national eom-

Gates has advocated that tho

party have mora indooendonco,

Ho hopes for an and to local and

other restrictions that have vir

tua'Iy Isolated it ia tho United

States.

Party officials who filtered news

of the convention to reporters who

were barred from the convention

hall, said there were only three op

posing votes and it abstentions, a

gainst "more than 300 favorable

votes," in the balloting.

several members of the Da Iv

Worker were permitted to attend

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VSWtET- AND SOUR Thirteen-year-old Janice ColwilL a'
.visitor from Australia, appears lascinated by the' big lemon
' 'arowin in tho acienc classroom at the Lawrence. Kans junior

Jhiglh achooL The lemon baa been growing for 10 months. Is 14 j
at inches, in circumference and weighs 34 ounces. r ." J

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Christmas spirit applied to bridge
It pays to be generous.

West opens the four of

ana you win Tour band with tt,.

jack. You can expect to win three

sp.ucs, two ciuos, and one heart.

locreiore you need three d i a a-monds
monds a-monds to make sure of your con contract,
tract, contract, ; i-

The fcirst step is to give the opJ

yvucuim Uiimona trier, iad a

low oiamona from your hand and
play low from the dummy. A lit-

ue present irora you 10 them.

Back corners spade,, and dum

my wins wiw tne ace. Grvve the

opponents another bttle present by

leaaug a low diamond front dum

my, r

Back comes a third snade. and

you win wun me kmg. Wow you

can anoro to feed your last dia

mond to dummy's ace. By this
time the rest of dummy's dia diamonds
monds diamonds are good, and too are ia

dummy ready to take them. Hence

yoa maxe your three diamond

tricks, fuuiQinf. your fame coo
tract

You would lose the fame if you

took the first or semnd diamond

with dummy's ace. You would be

able to establish dummy's f?
monds, but you would he rbir
to get to dummy to cash ten. j

Reluctant Truman

Basks lii Sunshine
Of Florida Keys

ISLAMORADA, Fla., Feb, ll

ur rormer President Harrv

e t. i -. J

a. jruman oasaeo tooav in the

sunshine and friendly informality

of the Florida keys, reluctant to

discuss pontics with reporters.

The ex-President and his wife
were driven to this small tourist
fishing center, late yesterday af

ter their arrival by train in Mia

mi.

Their vacation headauartera tar

three weeks will be a small o

ceansiae cottage where they are

the guests of Mrs. Clara May Dow

ney, operator of a chain of inns In

Maryland and Florida.
At a train sloo-over in Jackson

ville, Mr. Truman chatted with

friends and newsmen. But he de

clined to discuss most foreign and
domestic problems facing the na

tion. He said the planned to make

speech soon on inflation under

the Cisenhower administration.

Mr. Truman said "no trice Is

too high for peace" when asked

about the Eisenhower administra administration's
tion's administration's record peacetime defense

budget He said the budget was
"a lot cheaper than the price of

a tniro world war."

He said that most of his time in

the Florida keys will be spent in
relaxation, sunning himself and
swimming But be also will work

on the aeveral speeches he will

make in south Florida.

st Anns

r.inc2 ycu;:g
If fad 4 before yur tima or
tmttrr trma acrra. mik ar phvaicaj
"", r win SS bappfim an4
kallk la a w Amartraa Laboratory
t mnvrr vklrk rcMnrra rrathtttl
rr aM vltlifr aickw thaa any
'bar arodurt ml Ita kin. It la a aim
bom imlnent la tablet farm.
0irT.rr4 fcr la Amrlraa Lahora.
try. ta tk t io dtrertlr a
Tv (Knda. aarvca ana itl araana,
a4 rk m fK jo raa an fxl
"w OaHilF owrr and ioar. B
raM of in muira actta a ()Kda
f"r'i aa mwmmy artaa
lww aiMxinaly.
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r Mimr r)t4 V-Tba feu Ba
M-or4 by thaaaa.as to tha
. Vbii h.i as h bw amilbia
at 'l liinmi br. t Vl-Taba
frn vaar atusslat taaay. pmt
tfcm t a aca tba k't. atrta
hr.i...,l Taj,, tfc. fall battle.
" ). ,irtlt iT. it wilt make
yi f i t rir, aeei i r at4 vitality,
rd yti laal yaera yaajaarar.

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iookinj for terrorists. Herfe they are using mine detectors to examine packages.

SUBSTITUTE EARMUFFS Bundled In furs, lovely ac actress
tress actress Anita Louise, wife of director Buddy Adler, -makes
one of her infrequent visits to. New York City.

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NO ORDINARY DANCE These young people are not just having a good time at
a dance they are celebrating their newly-found freedom at an American Red

Cross center at Siezenheim, Austria. Tney are more reiugees wni? nyu

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was only a dog. Now a poodle must dress in a minia miniature
ture miniature of her mistress' outfit Lee Arkin (top) wears

silk tweed while sister Andie Arkm wears a gray
cape ensemble They are in a New York show.

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much of, his time to an another
other another section of the nation
the Pacific Northwest,
where he became instru instrumental
mental instrumental in promoting skiing
and resort travel. At Sun
Valley, Id., he 'built a re1
sort that is famous the
world over as a skiing cen-
ter in winter and a vaca-!
tion spot in summer, In
1937, Harriman, an accom
pushed skier, established
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CAPT. AND MRS. RICHARD SERGEANT OIVE GALA PARTY.
IN HONOR, OF VISITORS FROM STATES v
'I ;'ftptWta Richard Sergeai gave ft cocktail-supper
( party Saturday night It Ft. Amador Officers' Open Mess. w
U" The party was given In honor of several visitors from
f the? States Including Mr. and Mrs. Then R. Arms of Mil-
ford, Michigan, and Miss Melville Robinson ;of New York
t r City who are visiting Mr. and Mrs. George DanleU in An An-4
4 An-4 con.;Mrs..Arms is a sister of Mrs. Panlcls.
-7 Another special gnest was Mrs. Isabel Daniel's of Pan-
Wa, Capt, Sergeant's sister, whose birthday was celebrated-

, .at the party,
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Sundown Oaipedidi.
Handkerchief Shower '.

I Mrs.! Austin F. Yoder of Piablo
w w.ioKt wn cnest of honor- tni

afternoon at ,a 'sundown, despedida
. Jnd handkerchief shower given bv
Mrs.. Jens Nilsen In the Majfl
lounge of the Albrook Officer'
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ad in the refreshment Muwuewi;
ationsl Approximately .45 ladies at;
r,AoA ihn affair.
, Mrs. Yoder and her httsband are
leaving later this month to' make
their home in CaUfornia.,Mrs. Yo Yo-;
; Yo-; der is a member and Past Regent
of: the Panama lanai vnapiw,
rwmahtnr nf th American JEtevo-

' inrinn- anrf charter member of

th C.nt 2one College Club. She

; has a host of friends on the Isti)

v v! In addition to Mrs. Yoder and
Mrs.-: Nilsen, the guest list includ includ-dwt
dwt includ-dwt Mrs. Elmer Abbot. Mrs. Rob-

rt, Adams. Mrsv Roger Adams,
Mrs. William Allen, Mrs. William

, Bailey, Mrs. Harry JJacn mrs. aeir
y Babbidge, Mrs. Clinton Baver Baver-stock.,
stock., Baver-stock., Mrs. Robert Boatwright.
Mrs. Robert 'Boyd. Mtv Albert
" Paniel,-MM. Henry Donovan;
Mrs. Henry Falk, Mrs. William
Crimes, Mrs. C, M. Hill, Mrs. Ed Edward
ward Edward Hatchett, Mrs. Frank Har
rineton. Mrs. William Hitch-

cock. Mrs. William Hearon, Mrs.
Frederick Hodges, Mrs.- Maenner
Wnff .Mm. Howard Johnson. Mrs.
Samuel Johnson. Mrs. D o n a 1 d
Journeay, Mrs. Eugene Klesner,
Mrs. Robert Lessiak; -
. Mrs. O. C. Lockridge, Mrs.,1. F.
Mcllhennw Mrs.; John M u 11 e r,
Mrs. G. C. Orr, Mrs,, Daniel Pa-
'trenta.' Mrs. John Phillips, ;
Ralnh Robinson. Mrs. ;R...3. Ren-
ni ; Mrs. Rov Reeee. Mrs. H. C,
Sergeant, Mrs. ; Henry Schmidt,
Mrs. Otto Schmidt. Mrs.. C. L. Ste
venspn. Mm. William Taylor, Mrs.
Dtelmore ; Whitver. Mrs. "W 1 1 s
Wright and Mrs David Yerkefr, ;s,
ianhaft'
Parents Visit -.ivy

' Mr. and MraMax Slaashaft of

NWi York Citr ara houseguests of
their son and flaugnter-in-isw vr.
Will B uat' ,-.':' :
Mra. Mainert : J. Peterson an-
naunees a tea to be given is hon
or of Mrs- Raymond X Ferris
whose husband was formerly Dean;
of the' Cathedral I Saint, luia

The tea is sponsored ty a group
of her friends and win be held at
"r' the Deanery on tomorrow from 4;

: to 6 p.m. Aa mends oi his. rer-rjs-
are, cordially invited to attend.

x Mrs Austin Yoder
Cives Bridw Lunehi 1
- Mr. Austin Yoder. a popular Z
nlaa who will soon be leaving the

Isthmus, gave a luncheon hrjdgering.

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party Saturday fa the Fern Room
of the Tivoli tiuest House. 1
. Slty-two ladies' Attended the af-
Cap. AndMrs.; Falk :
Have Houseguests
Capt. and Mrs Henry. E. Falk
of iDiabio neigms' nave as. their
houseguests Capt. Falk's sister and
husband and their brother and sis-ter-inJaw.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C
Schmidt and. Mr., and Mrs. 0 t t'o
Schmidt. ; -y
Mr.' Quaranta J ; 7
Visits Son r
At Kobbt
. Mr- P. C, Quaranta. owner of the
Ohio Valley Construction Co., is
visiting irom Hunting ton W. Va.
On a vacation in. Panama City,
he has spent the past week j the
houseguest of his son and daugh-
ler-in-iaw spz and Mrs. John Oua-
ranto at their quarters In Ft, Kob-
be. 1
Mr. Quaranto will leave by plane
tomorrow to continue-his vacation
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Hart
Entertain vV':'
For Mrs. Dennis i
Mr. and Mrs. II.' Hart trave a
brunch yesterday morning at their
nome in uatun in, -Honor of Mrs.
Josephine Dennis who' is visiting
from Trenton, New Jersey, r
Mrs; Deflnis, a 'former resident
of the, Canal Zone, is the house house-guest
guest house-guest of her son-ip-law and daugh
ter Mr, and Mrs. Jtobert Douglas
of Coce Solo. ; v:
Mrs." Eastwood's
Parents, Aunt'
Here For Two Weeks
Cmdr. and Jurs. James A. East-
wool of the 15th Naval District
have 'as' houseguests Mr. East
wood's parents Mr. and Mrs. R.
W. Hopkins of Reno, Nevada, and
an aunt Mrs. R. W. Huntington of
juicwtat," Washington,
The visitors arrived last Tuesday
rar a two-week visit,
Crtstohal Wemen'a ; i'i
Club Hear TeIk; V ?- ''C
On Tranquillizers :
The members of the Cristobal
Woman Club had the, pleasure,
of hearing Dr. Bruno Eiaen on
Wednesday- afternoon. Dr. Eiseo
who is on the staff at Coco Solo
Hospital, spoke on Psychosomatic
Medii
icine and Tranquillizing Drugs,
Three accordion selections were
played by Mrs. A Whitlock,
The president of the Woman's
Club,-Mrs. Arthur Logan, thanked
Dotn Mr. jsisen ana Mrs., wnitiock
and then proceeded with a short
business meeting. She introduced
the following guests for the after
noon: Mrs. I. Gorin, Mrs. C Get Get-tich,
tich, Get-tich, Mrs. L. Smouse.-Mrs. B. Ev-
erson,- Mrs. B. Eibner and Mrs. J.
Limkemann. ... ',
The president reminded the
group of the craft class which will
start on Wednesday at 9 a.m. with
Ira. Brpoka teaching, textile paint-
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9.00 J to 4
The Card Party to be given by
the Club on Thursday, at 7 p.m. in
the Red Cross building will be to
assist the ; Philanthropy of t h e
Club. ,.
Mrs, 4 .W.B. Hall add her "com "committee
mittee "committee arranged a beautiful tea
and coffee following, the meeting.
Presiding, at the table werpk Mrs.
H. Jongbloed, Mrs;' U.' Lee, Mrs.
A. Campbell and Mrs. Hall; '; 1
Visitor Prom 4 '
Riverside, Conn. T
Entertained
, Miss Ruth Rickarby entertained
a few friends at her home in Pana.
ma City last night in honor of Miss
Mildred Drew who is visiting from
Kiversiae, uonn.
f Miss Drew Is the sister-in law
or Mr. F.M. U. Krusentierna, who
iives ai notei ijvoii,
v Each'eotice for inclusion in'this
cplamii sheuld e siAmittsd, in
' lrpewritt fen and. mailed'
the fcox nttmbar lilted daily In 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and OtharwiM.",r delivered
-y hand to the office. Notices of
meeting cannot be accosted ky
telephone.
La Boca Council
Holds "Important" Meetina
An extraordinary meeting of the
executive committee of the La Bo Boca
ca Boca Civic Council and represent.
lives irom me various churches.
school, commissary and service
center to discuss i matter of
"great importance" will he held
at the study hall tonieht at 7:30
p.m. Invitations have been issiled.
nu ii, is nniicipaiea mat everyone
12. S. .!!... . J x
concerned will attend,
Women's Alliance
Of Unitarian Society
The Women's Alliance of the
Unitarian Society wishes to an
nounce a special feature for its
monthly meeting on tomorrow eve evening
ning evening at 7:30. -j
The program is planned by the
Interfaith Committee: Mrs. Otis C.
Myers, Chairman, and will be con
ducted 6y guests from, Panama.
who will present aspects of the
Sikh faith, in an informal question
ana answer circle.
Members are nrged to arrive
promptly at 7:00 i.m, in order that
announcements and pending cor correspondence
respondence correspondence may be attended to
prior to the meeting; The program
will be concluded by a aoeial hour.
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Members art requested to Invite
their husband and friends, and
all Interested persons' in Panama
and the Canal Zone will be cor
dially welcomed. Location is the
unitarian ; Center 'at 362 Ancon
Boulevard v situated 1 midway be
tween Fourth of July Avenue and
rrangipam street, in Ancon. t
f'COUPLES SPECIAL"
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Iallmenv Dance Ctise
per eenle Form your ewe) pa f
ejfewse thieefh yew fnh effleer.
Or' moke arrangements at er
staeie. leem Latin Amor wan)
and Native dances. ".-"'r-;'
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CHANGE OF OFFICE CEREMONY A Change of Office ceremony for the Fort William D.
Davis Distaff Organization was conducted "by .the Deputy Post Commander, Lt. Colonel Alvie
L. McDuff at the Post Theater. Front row, Incoming Officers, from left to rlghti Zone vice vice-president
president vice-president (off); Mrs; B. C. Waring;' Zone President, Mrs. W. L. DeVane: First Aid Team
Captain, Mrs. A. J. Leach; and Zone vice-president, (MCO)Mrs. W. E. Rigsby. Back row,
from left t right: Lt Colonel McDuff, Post Deputy Commander; Zone vice-president (of,H,
Mrs. J. H. Boyd; Mrs. E. S. Ostrom, Past Zone president; First Aid Team Captain, Mrs. D. M.
Converse; and Zone vice-president, (NCO), Mrs.;H. T. Yoder.

WASP OFFICER BUYS TICKET FOB BINGO Commander
Richard S. McElroy,-Jr.,. Executive Officer of the USS. WASP
will never again underestimate; th powers of a woman.. Here
Mrs. H. M, Mangels sells him. ft ticket to the Naval Officers'
Wives' Club-sponsored Have -a Heart Bingo. Despite the- fact
that Cdr. McElroy will not be in the Canal Zone to play bingo
at 8 o'clock Feb. 14 t the Flamingo Club, Rodman Naval Sta Station,
tion, Station, his ticket still gives him a chance on a door prise. The
USS WASP left Balboa, Pier on Saturday. The public still has
av chance to. imchason admission ticket. For further ;ln
i i- -foxjnaUon -call lavy numbers 2280 or 'JUWwri,

PALACE SOURCES DENY RIFT RUMORS Buckingham Pal Pal-ace
ace Pal-ace sources- denied reports published abroad that there Is a
growing rift between Queen. Elizabeth and the Duke of Edin Edinburgh,
burgh, Edinburgh, shown above In Jan. 1834. The Duke's recent around-tiie-world-cruise
was regarded as a long separation from -the
Queen by some Britons, especially since it kept him away from
home over Christinas. But Informed sources emphasized that
the trip-was planned and approved by the Queen as long ago
' . . : as Nov. 1954.

ALBERT EIJISTEIII INSTITUTE

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' The Albert Einstein Institute hereby announces
' enrollment for 1957 1958 from
MONDAY, FEB. II fo FRIDAY, FEB. 22
, 'JTrem t aJnll:30 ajn. and 2 p.m-5 p.m.
. in our Offices
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Claaset will be given In enr own new building at ;
' the beginning ef the tenn.
CXASSROOM CAPACITY: 25 STUDENTS
Complementary classes in Ballet, Music and Paintings, etc.

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Bible Lecture
Tonight AI French
Society Hall
' Prof. Raymond G. Jolly of
Philadelphia, leader of the Lay Laymen's
men's Laymen's Home Missionary Move
ment,, will give n illustrated
Bible lecture this evening at 7
o'clock at the French Society
Hall on ,".Q' Street, Panama Ci City..
ty.. City.. -.
, The head of the Interdenomi Interdenominational
national Interdenominational religious ; organization
will speak on "Earth's Coming
Reign of, Pe0.ce." The same lec lecture
ture lecture will be. given in Colon at
the Dunbar School tomorrow
night at 7 o'clock. Both lectures
will feature color films.
Jolly is editor and publisbet
of a monthly religious magazine,
"The Bible Standard," devoted
to encouraging. personal and
class Bible study. He has 'been a
lecturer for over 40- yeara and
has traveled extensively all over
the world.
Seats for the lectures are free
and no collections will be taken.

SPECIAk MORNING
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For' F irst; Series
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Venezuela's Emilio Cueche
Ihi Lidlifter At 7 O'clock

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: HAVANA Feb. 11 (UP) Panama seeks her
first win in the Ninth Caribbean Series tonight when
it meets Venezuela in the lidlifter at 7 o'clock. Dutch
Romberger has been chosen to oppose Venezuela s
Emilio Cueche.
In the second game Cuba's Bill Werle hais been
named to go against Jose Santiago of Puerto Rico.

.. Cub W left alone' ln tne
leading position of the Series
when it, trounced Venezuela
seven runs to one in the night nightcap
cap nightcap of yesterday's double-head-
er.i ,
Bi the first came, Puerto Ri Ri-colbeat
colbeat Ri-colbeat Panama by the same
score, with the help of sis errors
on' the part of the Panama
team, pnd the tieht perform performance
ance performance of Puerto Rico's pitcher
Pete Wojey, who struck out
twelve batters, allowed only two
hit and stave only two walks.
Panama's lone tally in the
eitfith came after-Pepe Osorio
wa walked and Al Brathwaite
doubled.
The linescbres:
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Puerto Rico 001 000 9207
Panama 000 000 0101
- .Wojey (1-0) and Marti;
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CObos. LP: Brunet (0-1). Hom Homers:
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Todbv Encrinto .35 .20
; Robert Wagner in
"Between Heaven and Hell"
In CinemaScope!
Forrest Tucker in
"STAGECOACH TO FURY"
Todav IDEAL .20
J Burt Lanacster in
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Venezuela 100 000 000 1 '31
Fornieles (1-0) and Smith;
Blaylock, Ladera (3) Fernandez
(4)., Jansen 7 Suarez (9) and
Roseboro. LP: Blaylock (0-1).
HR: Carrasquel (Venezuela)
(1st).
The team-standings, following
Sunday's games' is:
Won Lost
Cuba ........ 2 0
Puerto Rico 1 1
Venezuela 1 1
Panama- 0 2

Panama also dropped its frame
against Cuba Saturday night,
four runs to one. In that con contest,
test, contest, Panama lost a good .scor .scoring
ing .scoring chance when Al Fltrestort
doubled and took third on a sin-
s;le by Clyde parrls. osorio. how
ever, iorcea rams at rauni
and pinkston was caught off
basp for a double-play.
in the first game of Satur Saturday
day Saturday evening, Venezuela defeated
Puerto Rico 10 to 3 with a 14 14-hlt
hlt 14-hlt barrage.
The linescores:
Pto. Rico 020 000 Ml 3 7 2
Venezuela 231 100 03x 10 14 0
Smith, Maas (4), De Jesus (8)
and Marti: Birrer (1-0) and
Roseboro. LP: Smith (0-1). HR:
Roseboro (Venezuela) (lst)i;
Marquez (Puerto Rico')- (1st).
i Panama
000 001 000-t
000300ulx-n-4
Cuba
Sheetz. Thome (8) and Kelt
man, Cobos (5); Bunning (1-0)
ana smiin. j-,f: esneeiz tu-u
HR: Glenn (Panama) .(1st).
Center Theatres Tonight
DIABLO HTS. 1:01
Mona Freeman
Gene Nelson tv t
"THE WAY OUT"
Tues. "LAW and the LADY"
MARGARITA-i-6 : 15-7 : 45
Terry Moore
Frank Lovejoy
"SHACK" OUT ON 101"
Tues. "BATTLE CRY"
CRISTOBAL 7:80
Air-Conditioned
Elvis Presley
Debra Paget
"LOVE ME TENDER"
Tues. FORBIDDEN PLANET
SANTA CRUZ 6:15-8:10
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State College
Gets Penalties
For Recruiting

GREENSBORO, N.C. Feb. 11
(UP) The faculty represen representatives
tatives representatives of the Atlantic Coast
Conference have begun deliber deliberating
ating deliberating whether or not North
Carolina State college is guilty
of Illegal recruiting.
Ironically, the punishment
has been set but the eight eight-member
member eight-member conference has yet to
convict' State College in the
wake of sweeping penalties
handed down by the N.C.A.A.
State College asked the Con Conference
ference Conference to conduct an indepen independent
dent independent investigation of the N.C.A.
A. charges that the school ille illegally
gally illegally recruited basketball star
Jackie Moreland of Minden, La.
The N.C.A.A. has handed State
College the heaviest punishment
in the history of the powerful
collegiate authority.
The N.C.A.A. charged State
with Riving transportation mon money
ey money to Moreland promising
annual cash plfts, and offering
his girl friend a seven-year
medical education.'
The N.C.A.A. placed State on
four years probation, banned
State from participation Jn any
N.C.A.A. championship events in
any snorts. -banned participation
in any N.C.A.A. televised event,
and loss of voting rights 1" the
N.CA.A.
The Atlanta Coast Confer Conference
ence Conference has declared Moreland
ineligible for intercollegiate
romnet'tion. fined the college
S5000 should Moreland leave
the campus before he gradu graduates
ates graduates and nlaced a one-vear
ban on all basketball recrnit recrnit-1nr
1nr recrnit-1nr y the State basketball
staff.
The Conference began delib
erating thismorninrr whether
the Conference penalties should
go into effect.
Moreiana nas aireaay jcii.
State Colleere and enrolled at
Louisiana Tech at Rushton, La.
Moreland signed a letter or
intent with Texas A. and M, a
grant in aid with Kentucky and
he enrolled at bentennary col college
lege college of Louisiana before joining
the tasketbal team t North
Carolina State. '
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WELL, Panama Is off to a bad
start in the Ninth Caribbean Se Series
ries Series which got underway In Ha Havana
vana Havana Saturoay.
The : Cerveza Balboa s team
which copped the 1956-57 Pan Panama
ama Panama Pro League championship
last Tuesday, lost 4-to-l to Cu Cuba
ba Cuba Saturday, and 7-to-l to Puer-'
to Rico yesterday. I
. i j
Panama Is now the only
team participating in th. s
year's renewal of the Carib-
bean classic, which has nrft
Vet Won a fame. IJUDa,Zlus 1WV
victories for a clean slate, and
Puerto Rico and Venezuela
have sRlit their two engage
ments. ,
Last year, in tne series wmcn

was piayea m Panama, ine ioo- ninth at the expense of Herman
56 champion Chesterfield teamCharlgs wno struck mis f three

was m a fiimuar; posmon aiieritlmes yeBterday. Wojey same
their first two games. They lost near Dreakine the-mark when
to Cuba and Puerto ,Rlco butihe nad tw0 strikes on Hector
then came back to defear, yene-. jpgj, who wag the last cm;, but
zuela 2-to-l for their first vie- the panarn. uifielder. who is

The next time around they
were shutout by Cuba, but after
that the Smokers really woke up
as they trounced Puerto Rico
13-10-5 ana movea mm

gear in uie w", .i'21 years old until June, retired
swamping Venezuela by wflnine via the strikeout route. He
overwhelming: score of -0-j received a thunderous "ovation
to finish .tiedwtihjuerto Ricownen he cam(, to bat. iM the
as nmnersup to Cuba, ..ti sixth and again as-he left the

It is nopeu inai t-ai",
meets Venezuela tonight in the
completion of the first rqnnn,
gets going wiui
umpn, .
YESTERDAY'S Panama-Puer
to Rico game was a tight pitcn pitcn-.r.
.r. pitcn-.r. iiii fn mt innines between
George Brunet and Pete Wojey,
until Mayaguer came up with
four runs in the seventh to
make the score 5-to-0 .
.wnU who was a favorite in
the Panama proLeague fwhen
h Pitched for Carta Vleja sev
eral years ago. hit a bases-emp
ty nomer m w m vr ,-eiuehi'a
eiuehi'a ,-eiuehi'a first .run; The- fastball
rinirht.hander was working on a
no-hitter up to the fifth frame
when Pepe osorio. wiin one out.,
drooped a bunt down the first
base line for Panama's first or
fmn Kit
Mairnf nohos. however, hit
into a doubleplay to end the in inning.
ning. inning. The Smoker receiver r-ho
was selected by manacer Leon
tollman ax a reinforcement,
took over behind the, plate for
t.h Tteerman skiDoer in the
fifth inning of Saturday's game
after Kellman had been hit on
the right hand by a Ronnie
n,Mt. nitch. Tt was reported
that icellman will be able to
catch tonight if he chooses to,
UTILITY Inflelder' Alonso
Braithwalte. who pinchhlt for
shortstop Clarence Moore in the
elchth. eot Panama's second
VICTORIA
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and' last hlt and drove in hei
only run. l.-
.Clyde Parrls led v off the
frame anti popped to the' sec second
ond second baseman Osorio drew a
base' on balls, (the second of
two free passes off Wojey).
Cobog fanned and Brathwaite
. blooped a Texas League dou-'
ble to right that scored Oso-j
. rio. Wojey retired pinch hitler
Harold Gordon to end the ln ln-n'ng.
n'ng. ln-n'ng. ..
WOJEY struck out .a totjjl of
v 10 nanamn hottPr tn Mflim A
Serles Tecord set by Humberto
Robinson in Caracas in 7fi55
when he beat Cuba's Almcrjdares
club. '
whiff No. 12 came in the
hitless in the series,, rolled out
to short to end the game.,
BRUNET also did well in the
whiff department: The promis-
game in, the seventh,
B .
pjjama pinyed slonpUv fifleid
.yesterday, when six mfscues
were committed. First vbfisemn
Charles started the "boot pa parade"
rade" parade" in the first inninc when
he dronped a,. throw from Bru Brunei
nei Brunei which enabled Puerto Rico
third baseman Herb Pie W3. who
naa wanted to reach second.
In 4he fourth right fielder Al
FinKston dropped a fly ball
which would have been the
tnira out, oft the bat of centei
iieiaer uene smitn, lor error
Mlscue No.S,; br.jChrle.---Ju
rain, earner In the sevetnh when
the inflelder made a bad throw
to the plat after J. fielding a
bunt laid ,down by Wojey,. who
was trvint -to squeeze a runner
nome Trom thircT.
Nos. 4 nd R wer made in the
eighth,-thir dbaseman Clvde
parn ana lenuw osorio he
ing to cuinnrs. with a runnnr
on third, seeondbafman Poh
Aspramonte hit a roller to third
wmch got b t"e third sac)"!r.
Osorio. who backed xto th nlav
alljwert ttf ball to nasi him al
so, wile the runner on t.h'Td
scored- snd Aspramonte ended
up second.
Ion, who wi ff. sbArtnn
in nlace of M n- 'e
nirh; was rwinoiw'Me nr K.
B. H lurrfe a rrnind"- off
th Mt f left 'fielder "Ron "Ron-qnlto"
qnlto" "Ron-qnlto" Garcia.
WOR.n hs hen Tecelve' thtt
permission for vmv TsrHrome
t nlsv as a reinforeement for
Pans"! wat delH st a meet meeting
ing meeting of delegates Saturday morn-
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Jai Alai II, four-year-old chest chestnut
nut chestnut horse owned by sportsman
Carlos Eleta, loomed as a strong
contender' today in the?Francis the?Francis-co
co the?Francis-co Arias Paredes Classic, which
will be run March 31, because of
his impressive victory yesterday
in the featured "Rolando Lopez
Gil" Handicap at the President
Remon racetrack. V
Eleta, who Is taking in the
Ninth Caribbean Series in Ha Havana,
vana, Havana, was not around to see nis
fastrstepping charge sprint to
a post-to-post victory ; in the
good time of 1:24.-
The son of Jai Mahal, with
Jockey Francisco Gatica; in 'the
saddle,: took: the lead from the
start, and was held in check for
the first three furlongs, as he
staved off the challenges.of Em Embassy.
bassy. Embassy. - 1
t When wwe-running uavuan
came ud for a strona- bid in Ihe
stretch, i Gatica called 1 On- his
mount and crossed the wire one
length ahead .of Gavilar, whose
rider Bias Aguirre,. had a jub: on
his hands keeping him in i a
straight line.. '! '
Embassy wound up third and
Chivllingo, .who was never a
threat, finished.-: fourth, and
'last.:-' . .
Jai Alai II, a favorite In the
mutuels,- paid $4.20. $2.20. The
handicap was run in memor of
Cuban jockey Rolando Lopez Gil,
who died, in an automobile ac accident
cident accident oyer a week1 ago
Ruben Vasouez and Gatica
were the leading riders with two
wins apiece,' r
' The dividends:
V FIRST RACE
1 Ebony $3.20, ,2.40.: ;
2 Que Lindo.S2.80.' .5 rv;.
,- SECOND RACE
1 Bagdad S3.20r 2-40. .,
2 LlboHa $3.20: ;
First Donb'e: S4.20
TH'RD F.nS
VPiel e fifnn $3i60, 2.30
2 PJchoto $6.80. : ,
v One-Two: $54.80
FOURTH RACE
1 Paneola $2.20. 2.20.
Z Certamen $4.80.
Qu'nlela: $16.fi0
; FIFTH RACE
1 Lanero S3, 2.20.
2 Tflama $2.80.
SIXTH RACE
t-JlMM tJ 40. fid.', I
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1- -Ezeasay S6.80, 4.40.
2 Fnix $740. h-''
t Second Double: SIT 1
., FIGHTH RACE
1 Gramllla (e) $7.80, 6.40.
2 Verygood (e)
3 Atointn Snrtng
; Oninlela: S4.0.
NINTH "ACE
1 Jal Alai ff S4.20.
2 Gavilan $2.40.
ins-. ':.
It will be recalled that it was
reported that there existed
doubt that the sl'ek-fieldini? Pro
League batting chamn w'ould be
allowed to form nart of the
team because of clauss which
control the amount of foreim
nlnvers a series team mar use.?
Panama took Bartirom alnn
on a "lust In case basis."' Tne
classy first sarirer, who will be
on tb roster of Hollywood. Onen
Classificst'on pacific C 0 a st
League, this summer, left Hava Havana
na Havana for his home In the VS.
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Puerto Rico
Venezuela
Panama ;
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Totals.. ,, 0 1 12 4 4,'
TONIGHrS GAMES
; ; First Game: Panama vs; Venezuela. -t
' j Second Game; Cuba vs. Puerto Rico.
' YESTERDAY'S RESULTS : :1
, First Game: Puerto Rico 7,-Panama hi
Second Game; Cuba 7, Venezuela 1.

Ibarra In; Second U S. ; Bout
At St. Nick's Arena Tonight

Panamanian bantamwe i g ht
uaia was scneauiea to
make his second U.S. apnear apnear-ance
ance apnear-ance tonight in a six -round
semiflnar against. Joe Maeon at
St. Nicholas Arena in New York.
' Ibarra, who has been i the
u.a since October, 1958, won his
first engagement 'at St. Nick's
last month.
The feature is a batt'le. head,
lining ninth ranked heavyweight
For, Money,
You Play Safe
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 11
(NEA) Ken Venturl' Is a pro
now, and the difference between
playinar for money and his old
cup-wmnlni? status was clearly
defined. to him in such npots as
th Bine CrOSbV TournaniATit
wherehe finished in f a, fifth
place tie. t
"The mh hole separates 'a
professional from an amateur;"
he said, "if j wai' an; amateur!
would have taken my driver and
bangred away to trv for a Kiirit
onthe 18th.. It's 540 yards long..
"Bllf..1t. .rot... II. J
go in the ocean yoU'rfe through;
As a pro, the1 gamble might cost
me a lot of money. So I played
an iron safe for a par and then
hada long-shot, chance for a
birdie." ,-..., ; 1-., ; .,.
"He'll learn," oene Sarazen
notes. "He'll be the next Ben
Hogan, He's- the best swinger in
the vouneer oun 1 Hon'iriMiS
h. ... ),;
ne can miss.

Clayton Scores

Win
Thl Knrt riavtnn Tavaliark null
ed lour and one-half games in front
of the second place Amador Troop Troopers
ers Troopers as a result of their wild 12-9
victory over 'the Troopers Satur
oay afternoon."
In the other PAAF same slaved
Saturday the Army Atlantic Bush-
masters, behind the four-hit pitch'
ing of Tom Walker, defeated the
Albrook' Flyers at Beam Stadium
in an arc-ught encounter 15-3.
LKYTOn Edge, Amador .,
The Four Clayton Cav alien
fought back from. an early 9-1 de deficit
ficit deficit and scored six runs in the top
of the ninth inning to defeat the
ort Amador Troopers 12-9 at Me
Cardell Field Saturday afternoon.
After starter Jack Kim ismed
singles in the ninth inning to Don
Nakama and Stan Christian, man
ager joiae iuvera caned in re reliefer
liefer reliefer Bob Stephenson to -try. and
get the side out..: 5
: With the. score 9- In favor of
tne Troopers Stephenson got Man
ning weaver to hit into a force
play. -However, a walk to Pat De De-laney.
laney. De-laney. a double hv Walt Knn.rh.hni
Ed Goidon's base on balls, '-John
let six Cavaliers cross the plate.
. Qtyton southpaw Bill Cary r
heved starter Bob Verjtch in the
second inning with no men out
Nine Troopers scored lit tho
ond inning but after that Cary al allowed
lowed allowed but two runners to get' as
far as third base. In the next sev
en innings cary allowed three hits,
no runs and iisucd only wo -bases
Veritch retired the Troopers in
!Elf,,to?? first itBm& but was
shelled out in the second before he
could retire a man. Manning weav
ers first inning home run put the
Cavs ahead .inninntrii k.,f
fk0"11 nomer by "nk Loy of!
"..naiQur mne put uie Troopers
in front until the ninth.
After Loy's homer over! the
left-center field fence Verltch is is-saed
saed is-saed four base on kail. .ni
single to Bob Walters. This wis
all for Veritch and Cary was call called
ed called ta. Before the stylish southpaw
couM retire the side he was hit
ZZ? rairte gretted bin
wrth a triple, Loy tingled and Irv
uaynes also garnered a triple.
Not to be denied the CavaUers
fought back and scored three runs
ta the third, two ia the sixth and
their game winning six run rally
in the ninth.
Reliefer. Bob.-Stepheosoii Va
charged with the defeat It was his
first loss in two decisions. Cary

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TOTO IBARRA
Zora Fnllev nf Chanrllur tM.
Who. is WOrkinc on a atrihet nf
six winsthree of'-, them hv
knockouts, v ; ; -: y
Follev has won 5a hnvif. wMi.
losing only twd. He also foiiBht
cne-draw.. He was bom'Jn Dal Dallas
las Dallas on May 27,, 1931. :-
FoUey's opponent.. Is, Howard,
Ufl'f an "nrwked heayy-,
weight from Warren;. Ohiowho
now, liyes lrt BJopkiynN.yf'ff
I Turner, a Jasfr mover for
heavyweight, von m hmit".
tore and tattled to five dra'wis.
He dropped a split decision t
Wayne Bethea last time out;'
lurner, wna mil He .24 next
September, gained corts'ideratoe,
ImZrVZ XriZK. LI1".
- XT ranerson, BOP
'Roirr ami tirrin.n. T ,.?;..:: jT
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picked up his seventh win', and
has yet to suffer- a- loss.' ;; i .v
Army AHantte Swamps Albreek
Army Atlantici combinedH hits
with .12 .bases on balls and 10 Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook errors to smash the Flyers"
15-3 at' Beam; Stadium Saturday
njght.. -ri K-,r
; Four walks produced ani AA rua
In the first inning, and two erroesT
a double by shortstop Jim Daley,
and a sacrifice fly bv centerfi.M.

Joe Tucker produced ;two : more
Bushmaster runs in the second. y,i
Albrook cut the deficit to oh
run. in the bottom half of th
ond on a walfc an error- and
double by catcher Frank Liicovich.
A walk, a fielder'i rhnrm mnA m

single by Daley made ijt 4-2 vArnivi'
Atlantic in. the third.-In the sixth,'
the Bushmasters erupted iot feuf
more runs on two errors, j field
ers .choice, a walk, a single by Pa
r and a double by Walker, j t J,
Singles by second basemaa'
Iioyd Hess, Tucker and first bass-,

man jonn-jeros, and a sacrifieti
fly by Perez accounted for three
more AA runs in the seventh; iw
errors and a double by Moore pre-
uukcu i wo more runs unne eigbthi
and two walks, two stolen basest
a Wild Ditch, an.errnr iiul. mi-mJ
by Walker brought is their! final
two tallies ia the ninth. ; V
VArbrvokV only other ron" erosai
ed the plate in the eighth innlnf
when pinch-hltter George Ball
singles and scored on a long triplst
by right fielder Art Daniels.. A
' Bushmaster pitcher Tom Walked
went the route kivmt nn t,,
hits .and two walks, and atmoV
ten men to receive credit for th

worked the first 2 2-3 innings and
was charred with thll

PAAF LEAGUE STANDINGS
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Fort Amador ..... g 7
Albrook AFB T .- a
Fort Kobbe ....... 6 I
Fort Clayton 11 ;.i 2
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Duffield (K.) 47-19
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY Xt, M5T

lor riRAAu utancAn aii ; fjptfKfliuBif daily newspapei
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JOE ;.WIIiLIAM3

' Would you say. that Gene Sarasen, now 'la his mid- ';
- ; fifties, is as tine a player today as be was in 'it wfcen ne
' won ine National Open for the first time, . or in '32 when
he won it all over again? v
- Chances are not even Sarazen himself 1 would make such ft
claim Mid he was never notably conservative in. appraising nis
.abulty, a- characteristic shared by most ot the up and ac 'em
hreea by the way.
,Ano ytt it you sought to answer this one on a basis of how
Sarazen scores today as against how-ne scored a quarter cen-;tury-ago
you might find yourself in sometmng of a tog. vqu
know ae can't possibly be .better. But what about th acores
'Which Insist he Is? ,
' bince disparity in scoring is the criterion a number of cri cri-'
' cri-' tics use In support of their contention that the present day
aivofceer Is much superior to vhls counterpart of tne Vardon-

Jones-Hagen era you may be interested, lii result of, the pro

exuoir cnampionsnip just enoea. ---i: ; v
- Al Watrous, the Detroit gray beard, was the winner of a
v- playoff, but because of Saragen's background and the om om-parison
parison om-parison values it off ers, we'll make him our key figure. The
senior pros' one concession to tun is taat tuey piay niy
, three rounds. Sarazen's three, were Ho-IH-Ht-ZU,
1 When Barazen, then only 20, won nis first Open, his score
for a corresponding stretch was 72-73-75-1:20, eigne strokes back
of his pace In the Dunedin. Ft, event Similarly, 10 year
later when he repeated, it was 75-76-70 220.
Sarazen best rounds In winning his tw' Opens came over
the last la. so if we use them to complete a hypothetical 72-hole
total. . which la the classic championship distance. ; we hope
the iow-score cuit will concede we do try to be reasonable. U'o
win by a stroke at Chicago in '2'Z the still too-young-to-vote
Sarazen finished with a fourth round 68. Add that to his three
.round Seniors total and his projected 72-hoie aggregate become

xw. un tn basis we are presented wim a metabolic miracle:

Tvo free Throvs By
Duke In Squeaker

On Tuesday Night,' Carolina was
forced into a double-overtime to

,t 55 Sarazen's game Is eignt strokes better than it was when E
. V 5ecoS"o7

NEW YORK, Feb. 11. (UP)

mow long can rnorrn Carolina get

away wun tnese Hair-raising ej
capw?' r v
Far 8h second straight fame,
. the patita'f N. 1 tn. barely
avoided diss stw.; Saturday when

it dafoatedi Puke, 7J-73, an Tam Tammy
my Tammy Kaarsa twa r throws
with la socondt. and t t-nltht
nltht t-nltht the Tar Heals will he try.

ing la make thair perfect ratard"

lT-g when they vuit' Virginia.
North Carolina will be only ope
of sir. major Conference leaders

wno win see court action, tonight
as the cage season goes, into the
''showdown" stage with the bjg
post-season tournaments less than
a monthswayi-,"'-' i":-: (,:
Kentucky of the Southesstera
Conference, Brsdley of tha Mis
souri Valley, Western Kentucky of

the umo vauey, ana rlardin-sim-moni
of the Border Conference all
will be risking their records. But

two straignt squeakers put t h e
spotlight for the moment on North
Carolina, with experts wondering

wnetner recent eiigiDinty losses

have seriously undermined the Tar

STRONG REBUTTAL

Sarazen achieved an even more sensational finale when he

won' at riusnings fTesn Meadow links in 32. His 60 stopped

Booby Cruickshank's resolute bid cold. Cruickshanic had exidod

a es to a morning round in y. tsarazen snooting the last SU

noies in i unaer ns countereo wun 7U-70.
It fa interesting and just a bit eerie, to note the fre frequency
quency frequency ot. appearance and constancy of the digit eight in
... these speculations concerning the Sarazen that was and the
Saracen that is. For when you add the Wi to his Seniors
. threes, round score, there is no change either in bis meta metabolism
bolism metabolism or in his indicated proficiency; he is stul eight
. strokes better than he was when he was at his best.

.;v-.!Tlxrp-'i. aothlng unique about Sarazen's case either. ; Muc Muc-tuaitiona
tuaitiona Muc-tuaitiona in proportionate degree, are the common experience of

sui aging tournament pros, watrous played against tssraxen in
the 1932 Open and bis first three rounds were 85-73-74. His
rounds in the Seniors were 71-88-71. v
That would make nim 22 strokes better than lie was 29
years ago. OK officer, we'll go quietly.
DON'T. PLAY BETTER '"'-.". I
, Of course no sensible person will believe that Sarazen,
Watrous, Ed Dudley, Denny Shute, William Goggin, Mortie
Dutra and others who featured the recent Seniors, are better
folfers at SO-plus than when they were In the pHmt of life,
hey Just don't make a wonder drUg that wonderful.
. Paradoxically they play worse but score better.. Let's be :
wore considerate and make that read. ,"i "they don't score
5? LWe ore. yon wljtfc etaha., Chief con-
tribftlnr;f4t" are ohyipus enes, V: improtad aauipmant
-and playing conditions. v ? .,
.. '.Bui If the aging pros' benefit so remarkably' from adfance
In club construction, accelerated ball flicht anit rntMinn mnru

9X9 At must follow that the younger pros participate equalh?
in the same rewards. And might it not also follow that while
th young proa are acorina; better, they still play no batter than
Ahe. Vardons, Joneses, Hagens, et al? (
i -- It the results of the Seniors don't proclaim as much in let letters
ters letters a mile hlorh, wer like Johnny, can't read.

Joltin' Joe To Defend Crown
Against Bud Smith Wednesday

beat Maryland. r6S41, being lived

naiKet in tne taomg
regulation time. On

Saturday, Kearns, who : had lost

the ball several times in the ninai
two. minutes as Duke scored eight
straight points to tie, 73-73; aton

ed by sinking hit winning pair of

the free throws wiu just tnose jlb

seconds remalBlng. Len Rosen-

bluth had scored 35 points for. the

tar heels to keep them m iront un
til then..j-, ;' :..:'.
The upset lightning that grat grated
ed grated Nerth Carolina struck dawn
four af the natian's highart-rank.
ina teams Saturday.

Southern Methodist fNo. 4) was

upset by Texas Tech, GM7, when
it was outscored 12-0 over the last

five minutes; U.CX.A. (o. a) naa

its string of 2S straight: Pacific

Coast Conference victories snapped

by Washington, 80-74, as Doug
Smart led the way with 31 points;

Ohio State (No. 9) fell short in a

closing rail and surrendered tne
big ten lesd to Indiana, 69-59; and
Illinois (No. 12), now plsying wlth wlth-mit
mit wlth-mit inahsihla atsr George Bon Sail

bowed to Miehigso State, 70 (4.

Along The Fairways
NATIONAL DISTILLERS BEST
AALL TOIIKNAjMENT
Results of Matches'
Championship Wight
G. Riley and J. Rilev defeated

A. Pereaand W. Harrison, nd

J. Hauss and A. Galindd de-

ieatea c. Dougiewltz ana

Suva, i" up. ,
N. Lewmr and C MacMurray
defeated T-Jacks and J. Kin Kin-caid,
caid, Kin-caid, 7 and 6. .!
.......... .. ...

t.'-flT. J. 'Toland and R. Miller de

feated H. W. post and Led
oetter7 and 6. '--v.".
H. Mitton and C'Rlees de

feated. J. DesLondes and a.

yaiton, ana 9. ,, ,.-, .,. ,
W. LeBrun and J. HlnWe, de
feated W. Coffey and W. Wheel
er,4 and i. ::t-v
tj. smith and p.: Graham: de
feated .P. Woran and C. J. Mur
phy,and2. I,: ?

Lucky r Sfrike. Ties BHS For
First Place In Pacific Loop

'-ii

PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGLE
STANDINGS 1

G.J Balboa HighT School

tiUCKy strue ......

American Legion

Junior College

y

'Ci Robertson and D. ; Bostic
defeated D. Thompson and M.
Chadwick, 1 up, 20 holes.
,-' v.j f-;'-'.'j .' .v !', '1
V First Flight ?; 1

Police

Lincoln Life
Spur Cola
Gibraltar life
Elks 1414 ..........
Seymour Agency ..'

Wen tost Pet.

9 0 1000

.750

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NEW YORK, Feb. Jl (UP)

mm mgmignt or tne week In box boxing
ing boxing takes place Wednesday night
at Miami Beach. A title is at stake
js, Joe Brown of New Orleans de defends
fends defends the lightweight crown again
ex-champion Wallace 'Bud' Smith
.of Cincinnati.
'This is the first fieht for hoth

boxerf since lsst Aug. 24 when

Jrown.took the tlue from Smith.
Brown, who will be 31 years old
" come may 18, is managed by Lou
Viscusi.' His overall record shows
599 wins,- 14 Josses and eight
draws. Brown started out as -a
grocery boy and a carpenter. He
entered the Army and won all II

bouts as he rose to Jill-Service wel
terweight champion. Brown is msr
rled and has three sons. His hob hobby
by hobby is dancing, particularly to
mambo music. t

onrnn, corn Apru z, 1829, is
managed by Vic Marsillo. He wss
won 32 bouts, lost IS and fought
five draws. He is married and has

tnree daughters. Smith was grad graduated
uated graduated from Woodward High School
in Cincinnati and later worked for.

his father-in-law as an undertak undertaker.
er. undertaker. He was A-A-IT lightweight

rnampion ana maae ine IMS O
lympie boxing team.

' The bout will be broadcast and

televised nationally (over ABC)

In an overtime battle, the

Elks 1414 upset, the ; favored

Sour Cola sort drink lads,, by

the score of 5 to?.

in the sixth inning with tne
score of 3 to 2 in favor of the
Elks. John Zelnick tagged one
for a homer and tied the score
at three all.- - '
However in the next Inning,
Berger walked and Lincoln put
the nam into the win column
for the Elks by parkins; an Al Al-britton
britton Al-britton pltoit out of the park. ;

The box score:
Spur Cola

perantie If
Hele If

Abernathy 3b
Starkenberg Sb

Zelnick lb .....

Albmton p
Mikulkh e .......... i

Arnold Sb

8. Garrlel and A. b.' klini de-

xeatea w. s. wiggs and w. d.
riardie; 7 and 8. '

D. Drennan and J. .Watson

arew a bye.

M. H. Manone ana J. K. Lauy

aefeatea j. m. Rico and A. Da Da-vies,
vies, Da-vies, 1 P. : i

c. serger and R. suism&n arew

bye. ;

C. Castenada and D. F, Brown

won by default from 0. Doller-

scheU and T. Johnson,

w. H. Davis and v. Jorgenson

drew a bye.
'- V. Xombroia and H. Beail drew
a bye.
C. v. Youngblood and w. W.
Best drewty. i

. Second Flight

X. McLain and J. Latham wdn

by default, from G- Kosik anu

L. Coiiett.

J. Mularkey and B. SUch de

feated- H..Tettenburn and X.
Eberenz, 3 and 2. i

B. B. crowden and T. H. Sow-

ell defeated T. Jordan and R.
Coffey, 4 and 2.

H. T. Perantie and H. Ensrelke

defeated K. Bennett and W.

Grow, 4 and 2 ,-. r'

M. M. Bunk and J. ft. Hudson

defeated W. A. Rogers and C. H.

Petvley. Sand 4." .. -.,.,

P. Trim fir, and R. Etrolf de

feated f. Oakes and G. Trifone,

c ana 4. w.-jf hi. ..

H. w. SchuU and R. c. Walker

defeated M. Roberts and H, Col
bert. f and 4

J. Annaehorico and W. Duff as

dareatea H.Thomas and W. Sul

livan, 4 and 3.
Third FMgM ;

M, Cherry and W. MeCue de

feated D. Soyster and T. Wllber.l

i ana1 1.

R. Bowen and W. Jamison de-1

feated E. Morris and D. Hern 1

up, 21 noies. . -

T. Ryan and J. Williams de-

feated P. Btdonsky and T. Spen

cer. 1 up. :..'' I

B: Medinger and A,' Porreand

aeieatea 1. Hotz ana p. Myers,

1 up, 22 holes.

J. Macoubrat and U. Henry.

defeated RD. Bliss and H. Leh-

man, 3 and 2.

way for Leftion and the slijht
rignthander would have done:

, fetter, although he f nave -uc
Won Lost eight base hits. Loose play i in
.4 2 1 the Legion infield kept him In'
4 2 I hot water. McKeown struck out
2 4 I lour and walked four. 4
. 1 4 J Charley, Hlnz chalked up his

uura win givinj; up tive lilts,
walking three and strlkiiiR ow
three, scattering five htt ove:
the route. Hinz has lost one

Yesterday's Result
Lucky Strike 6, Anier. Legion 1
Tonight's Game

Junior College vs. Amer. Legion 1 game

Lucky Strike defeated that Bob Carlin, with a double and

SATINA CARRIER YOU SMOOTHLY

THRU THE IRONING HOUR!

Sort no...
4
t

tfie BIO ironing t ;
aid in tne iffa box.

a sinKle, had a perfect day at I

ine piaie ajong witir carl Tuttlt
who collected two f'or two.

American Legion yesterday aft

ernoon 0-to-l to go Into a ,tirst
place tie with the Balboa High

A one-same'- sudden death The box score:,

nla.vnf ht.wAin t.hcui. two t.ams

wUl be played -on -Wednesday if ucky Strke
night at Balboa Stadium at 7 bana, 2b
o'clock. American Legion and ; Haiman, s ,..
Juinor College wind up the first Wyan. Sb

half when they meet tonltht tj o. jorinson, c.
7 o'clock at Balboa pajl park. iHalsau,. lb :

Charley Hlns held the Letdon in- t

hitless and -runless until the e
fifth 4nnlno -..whila. hl mols CordOVCZ, Cf ..

were pushing across single runs" Sm'tn. 11

in tn secona. tnira nrtn. ana a

sixth and two runs in the sev seventh
enth seventh inning. 1
Legion's on!r run came in the
fifth when Marietta beat a hit
to short and advanced to second
on Halman"s overthrow at first.
Will Nlcklsher douhled to left to

score Marietta. Legion threat threatened
ened threatened Jh the seventh but a quick
double Play '. by Lucky Strike
ended the rally and sen: the

Luckies in to. the first half play

off.

. Tommy. McKeown went all the

Ab R

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1
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1
1
0
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1 3

27 6 8 21 12

American Legion

QUICK

IIEIPFM

ASTHMA MUCUS

Asthma ana Brnein
?oionoui 1" your body, andtrmina
our itrnirth, ruin your With, and
vmIimi your hurt ManSaca quickly
tarta to work throuh tha blood to;
varcome Aathma and Bronchitla at attack.
tack. attack. Hclpa dltaolva atransllns mu
cut, promote fret, ay taathinf.
Sianaaaa'a aotlon Is qnlek avail in
rarr aid and atubbern caaei, Get
Wandaea from anjr drusatora tsflay.
' and aea haw tnueh batter yon aleep and
kraa,tha tanlsht, how muoh Improved
Su 11 tomorrow. Mandaea flfhta
thus. lroaahUls and Hay Favar

Mead, 2b
McGlad, ss .
R. Nickisher, c
A. McKeown, rf
Welch, lb
Marietta, cf .
W. Nickisher,
Love, rf
Cucalon, If .
a-Trout
T. McKeown, p

...3
2
.. 3
. 3
,..-3
,.. 3
3b 2
.. 1
.. 2
.. 1
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25 1 5 21 7;

Score By Inn nga
Lucky Strike oil Oil 2 ft t 4

Amer. Legion 000 010 01 S 4

SUMMARY winnlnst pitch

er winz 3-1). Losine Dltcner:

T. McKeown (0-1). struck out

by Hinz 4, McKeown 4, Base3 on

nans: Hinz 3. McKeown 4. Three

base hits: Canin. Two base hits:

W. Nickisher. Double plays: Hal Hal-man
man Hal-man to Lombana to Halsall:

Flynn to Halsall. umpires: Hil Hil-Binger
Binger Hil-Binger and p. Corrigan. Scorer!

Mead. Time: 1:45.

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Sixth Round KOOvcr

Spain's teidenas

MEXICO CITY: Feb: 11 ftTTX

ksui (Katoai Macias of Uax m

NBA world bantamweight cham champion,
pion, champion, floored Spain's Juan Carde Carde-oas
oas Carde-oas 10 times-last nlslit for a knock

out in the sixth round of their nanJ

uue njat m the Plata Meiice bull

rat. : i

Macias, weifhia 120- i-i rnanA1

19 araensa- 120 M.fdid moat of

me nanening -with left hooks to

ui nesa.-

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in the second round, three in the
third, ent in the fifth and twe in
the Sixth. Host of the eonnt wr

ror eignt er nine. The bell saved
him ia the third and fifth round

But be wss counted out at 1:30

of the sixth.

Facb is S years oM.
(Ten knockdown do'' not n-

eroaeh a record in a aeh4uli ia.

round boot. For' sample. Hanrr

Prize-winning Numbtrt of yesterday's .LotUrr DrswUig was sold at: 1st and 3rd in Panama;. 2nd in Chirioul

The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending to a s and net lncraded to the abrra list wia Party-Pear OaUars (I44t each.

- ) The whole ticket has 44 pieces which comprises the two aeries "A" and "B"

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FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Krohler living roam
aafa and chair $150; oak dining
table with formica top and aix
chain $75. Call Albrook 4119.
FOR SALE: Auematic waihar,
dryer, 60-cycle, excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Phana 3-5695 or 2-2042.
FOR SALE: Rattan living room
furniture: one tofa, two chain,
amall table. Bargain price, Tocu Tocu-men
men Tocu-men 16.
Wanted To Rent
Busineti gentleman, 56, from
Europe, speaks English and Gar Gar-man,
man, Gar-man, requires 2 nicely furnished
rooms, preferable in modern
building. Please write, state
terms to Mr. H. D. Jurmen, eo
Chase Manhattan Bank, Colon,
Panama.

Freight Car Takes Decision

From Two Teenage Wrestlers

NEW HAVEN, rnnn rh 11
(UP) A railroad freight car won
a unanimous decision today over
two 15-year-old Brooklyn werest werest-lers
lers werest-lers in a record 15-hour match.
The vonths. Rnhert Vnnns- an1
Henrv Manirar started th m
by wrestling each other yester
dav. Their mlstnk was in ninHno
a freight car in Brooklyn, N. Y.
as an, arena
Young and Mangar wore so In
font getting toehold and half
nelsons an each athar thaw MIA
tCa-liato.,etaoin shrdUT
not notice the train was about to
start. When it did. It gave the

Hollywood Roeks arid Rolls
With Teen-Age" Specials

By ERSKINE JOHNSON
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) "Un "Untamed
tamed "Untamed Youth, Dragstrip Girl, The
Careless Years, Teen-Age Thunder,
Bop Girl, Hot Rod Rumble,
Something for the Girls."
Titles for paper-backed thrillers
on the book rack in the corner
drug store? No, they're all titles
of films, now before the cameras
in Hollywood where movies about
teen-agers for teen-agers have be become
come become big business.
Youth Is having a postwar fling
and Hollywood's flinging more and
more money and talent into films
about the problems of parental con control,
trol, control, young Rebels with and without
causes, and all of the teen-age craz crazes
es crazes from Elvi Presley to rock "n'
roll, hot-rod racing and even to
the hush-bush teen-age puzzling
over the question of marriage vs.
free love.
'THE CARELESS YEARS" is a
bold and frank discussion of wheth
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FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1943 Hudaon Com Com-modore
modore Com-modore Eight, fully equipped,
excellent condition. Call Villare Villare-sa,
sa, Villare-sa, Tivoli Hotel. i
FOR SALE: 1952 Buick Hard Hardtop,
top, Hardtop, A-1, power steering and
brakes, tinted glass, 2-ipeaker
radio, heater, new tires, new seat
covers, duty paid, yellow with
black top. 62 1 6 Lea Rios, San
Miguel Place. Balboa 2-4239.
FOR SALE: 1951 4-dr. Buick
Special Deluxe, A-1 condition
throughout, new tires and foot foot-control
control foot-control automatic radio, standard
shift. (44,000 mires). 6216 Lea
Rios, San Miguel Place. Balboa
2-4239.
LESSONS
Ballet, Spanish dance, guitar, la ladies
dies ladies rhythmic exercise, children's
rhythmic band. Mrs. Donaldson,
Phone Gulick 6S9.
freight cer a jerk which caused
the box ear door to slam and
lock.
The two boys shouted and pound
ed on the door as the train gather gathered
ed gathered speed, to no avail. They finally
conceaea ana settled down to a
cold and hungry night.
When the train arrived here this
morning, their shouts vm hnsrri
by brakemen who released them
and gave them food and money.
ine tamers ol me two boys
were called and thev nrnmlurf in
retrieve the youths in an automo-
Diie ana men teacn tnem to wres
tie In a less mobile place.
er teen-age love should wait for
marriage, ine tormented young youngsters,
sters, youngsters, who decide in favor of ev eventual
entual eventual O-i -.W VIU
Dean Stockwell, the onetime MGM
juvenile star, and 16 year old
Broadway and TV actress Natalie
Trosdv.
'.'Rebel Without a Cause," with
the late James Dean, was a pace pacesetter
setter pacesetter for HnllvwnnH't i
. ... -j""
lums bdouv reoeuious youth. The
pictures pacKed theaters with teen teenagers.
agers. teenagers. Since then the amuiino n,Un.
age of theaters by teen-agers has
pui me accent on teen-age plots
and teen-age stars.
Elvis Preslev'a first film
Me Tender," vwts box-office
wockbuster. That's the reason he's
before the cameras again, star
ring in aomeuung tor the Girls
COMING Uf IS something for
uie ooys, too a rock 's' rollin'
Mamie Van Doren in "Untamed
xouin."
"Bundle of Joy," with Eddie
Fisher and Debbie Revnolda
something for all teen-agers So
is a film about sports car racing
In which Cornel WiMe will star
this sDrins.
Currently leading the teen-age
movie nit parade are "Teen-Age
Rebel" and "Rock, Pretty Babv
which costars John Saxon and
uiana Fatten. Saxon ia beaded
for stardom, his studio believes,
after clicking in the role of a high
school student atnitfcrlina t
eipate himself from, parental die-
laiorsnip.
Next month annthor t.n.a- KA
ol singer Pat Boone, wUl make his
mm oeDut in "Bernardine." Hol Hol-lywood'i
lywood'i Hol-lywood'i first attempt to sophis sophisticated
ticated sophisticated comedv for th-
trade. The story is about a group
io year oras wno dream up aa
imaginary girl named Bernardine
wno never says no.
One of them, unahl t -t
date with a girl, picks up an older
woman "a real Bernardine," he
cans ner m mm na mutt k.
friend of his mother's. She rejects
uim ana ne reiucuntiy goes back
i to the ffirl nert rfnnr
! Terry Moore Is in the east, kip.
py aooui piaymg an u year old
j because, she told me: 'Teen-age
ians are paying Hollywood's sala
i ries these days."
I'M AFRAID COM- n nn.
wood's producers dedicated to the
quick buck are concentrating on
flaming thrillert picturing teen
act wis criminals, but Mere
if a growing awareness ia Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood of the fact that all teen-agers
are not pistol-packin' rebels.
Young Sal Mince's latest, "Di "Dine,"
ne," "Dine," ia the story of a teen-age mi misfit
sfit misfit who discovers happiness in
first love and Producer Bernice
Block's description of the film is
worth repeating: "It's a hopeful
sad not a downbeat teen-age story.
The PTA win be delighted. We
show teen-ager aa humans and
not as monsters. i

PANAMA AMERICAN All

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MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO ft
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, CZ.
UNITED STATES CITIZENS in income
come income tax returns are due April
1 5. Qualified tax consultant are
available at your telephone. Call
. Panama 3-7001.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Afghan Hound,
champion stock. Call Navy 3519.
FOR SALE: Crosley 21" TV,
Kroehler divan chair, '50 Cadil Cadillac.
lac. Cadillac. Phone 85-4196.
FOR SALE: Boxer, female, re registered,
gistered, registered, 15 months, good with
children. Call 87-3105.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS DERRICK FOR SALE.-
Scaled bids, for opening in pub public,
lic, public, will re received until 10:30
a.nt., March I, 1957, in the of office
fice office of- Superintendent of Store Storehouses,
houses, Storehouses, Balboa, for Stiff-leg Der Derrick,
rick, Derrick, '90-ton. Invitation No. S-57-323
may be obtained from
the office of Superintendent of
Storehouses, telephone 2-1086.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS FOR
SALE. Sealed bids, for opening
in public, will be received at tha
office of Superintendent of
Storehouses, Balboa, for the fol following
lowing following Items: Invitation No. S-57-328.
Electric adding ma machines;,
chines;, machines;, Underwood and Royal
Typewriters and filing cabinet.
TO Bl OPENED 10:30 a.m., Fe February
bruary February 15,;I957. Invitation. -No;
S-57-329. Used galvanised
pipe, 3 -door refrigerator and
heavy duty wooden pallet. TO
BE. OPINED 2:30 p.m., Februa February
ry February 15, 1957. Invitations may b
obtained from office of Superin Superintendent
tendent Superintendent of Storehouses, tele telephone
phone telephone 2-1086.

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IN THE BABE'S FOOTSTEPS After signing his 1957 contract
t Yankee stadium in New York, Yankee slugger Mickey Mantle
looks at a photo of Babe Ruth. Mickey, who clouted 62 honwa
last season, only eight behind the record of 60 set by the Babe,
signed for an estimated $60,000, to become the fourth highest
Yankee player In history.

$ lilRens.,... ,Ju ..
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. kCPENDITURES .. SURPLUS.
L r RECEIPTS'-"
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prsCAl YtAllS : -, .; ; : f .estimated
BUDCET TREND IS W THE BLACK-whrt hcw
herTdespite an all-tune high in peacetime expenditures, pro-
poood to his fiscal 154 buaget. President tiaenhower hopes to
keep the nation In the black for the third straight nacal year.
Surplus for fiscal 5I has already been applied to the national
debt and moot of the estimated surpluses for JS7 and it are
also slated to be used te reduce the debL

INDEPENDENT DAltT NEWIPAPEft

DIFFERENT LOCALITIES; IN THE CITY :

FOR RENT
Apartments.
ATTENTION, O. 1. 1, Just built
modern furniihed apartments; I,
Z bedrooms, hot,; cold ; water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished ene-bed-bedreent
modern apartment, ga garage.
rage. garage. 1 68 Via Belisario Porras.
FOR RENT) Army. inspected
furnished one bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 4th of July Ave. Phone
2-5526. 1
FOR RENT: In San Jose build building.
ing. building. F Street, El Cengreje, mod modern
ern modern apartment, garage. Refer References:
ences: References: "El Trekol," Central Ave-
nue Ne. 70. i ; u
FOR RENT: Lsrgo, cool and
comfortable apartment with ex extra
tra extra utility room, in Bella -Vista.
For information call 2-1 455 dur during
ing during office hour.
FOR RENT: One-bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, $85 monthly.
Automobile Row No. 45. Call
from 6 p.m., 3-4382.:
FOR RENT: Nice furnished
apartment, 2 bedrooms,' living
room, dining room, kitchen, bal balconies;
conies; balconies; Bella Vista.. 150' dollars.
Phone 3-1648 before 10 a.m.
and after 6:30' p.m.
FOR RENT: APARTMENTS:
New building, 50th and 12th
Streets,, San Francisco; living,
dining room, kitchen; bedroom,
bath. Rent from $45 to S55.
Apply F. ICAZA Y COMPAftlA.
Alleged Cop
(Continued from foaje 1
torney Morton Thomson that he
. th- hoanVi hv himself.
and had no witnesses to the fact
that ne naa Deen jwiuiuih's.
IU iindlnp; probable cause,
Judge Deming cautioned the de defendant:
fendant: defendant:
"The law Is there for people
to obey It. If you had eome a a-long
long a-long with the policeman oul oul-etly,
etly, oul-etly, you would bav received
substantial Justice."
... flxot. tViora wno evl-
aehce to the effect that the of officer
ficer officer was struck wtlh biacic biacic-Jaclr.
Jaclr. biacic-Jaclr. and Injuredand there was
no question that "you produced
bodily injury to hlm"
Robinson has a previous r r-ord
ord r-ord of misdemeanors with the
Canal Zone police. He is now In
BaiDoa jau awsium "t.

1955 l? 13 ; lv8

AT 57 H H ',; STREET, PANAMA

HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
'. J. lM i la Mt Ave, Ne. 41 ,v
, FOTO. DOMY 3
AM Irnnani Ave, u n SL
FARMACIA VAN-DER-JIS
i y:;v M attMt No. SS .-. ; ; .fV

FOR RENT
Houses
1 FOR RENT: 5-bedroom house,
No. 19 East 48th Street.' Also
;. furniture for sale. Phone 3-346 1
, FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
2 bedrooms, Golf Heights. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-5403 from 2 to 10 p.m.
FOR RENT: 'Completely fur-
nished residence. For information
phone 3-0160, Mr. Saens, from
8 to 9 p.m. only.

SXQ nd Bruce G- Sanders,. Jr., two members of Selective" ; SeSicTcaaT
W S?LBi '2 fnfer 7ith Ben jamin. Porrut. center, a Regional Office? of
wJ2fSf5l?''W?" s.ystem wh0 spent: the past weeK In the Caiial Zone making-an annual

Aij".iNvrrATioivi;

rniihH.Wfi ttsrch.ie was presented to U. Gen:, Robert MMontkgSe,
vSSSSSSSS S-IkL01 Caribbean, command, by Legion offlcials. durlng -a 'recent visit to
Heacuarters Caribbean Command at "Quarry Heights. Shown (left to right) are Montague,
. ii 'auvto. Pacific vice commander of the department; George; A. BUck, Jr., national
executive committeeman, and John W. O'Conaell, department commander; r In addition to
K thif? fU, W"nwt. which falls on Armed forces Day in the Canal
ol 17 e Legion officials Inducted Montague Into the Legion, as a member of Paif Paif-ama
ama Paif-ama Canal Post No. I. m s

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DEATH RAINED DOWN FROM THE SKY A Pacolma,' Calif., Junior High School student
lies dead, on a stretcher In the schoolyard after a giant DC-7B airliner on a test flight coK
lided with a Jet fighter rtlane and crashed Into the schoolyard. X Three children were killed
and another 40 inlured. Three of the airliner's crew were killed and a fourth is missing. ; The
pilot of ; the Jet was killed while his crewmember was injured. 4 f ;

FARMACIA EL BATURRQ;;
Pargiie Lefovre t Street t, T'
FARMACIA "SAS"; ;
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NOVEOADES A THIS
Beside the Bella Vista Theatre

RESORTS
' PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 335 Diablo Hts.
phone Panama 3-1877, Cristobal
3-1673
FOSTER'S 'COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ca-
sino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Mbthing to compare with HOTEL
PANAMONTE in cool BOQUETE.
Wire, your' reservation,:
i; Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
'. Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
6-441..
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FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENTj In new building,
modern off ice, excellent' location,'
l Campo Alegre; Calle Ricardo A A-rias.
rias. A-rias. Call 3-0702 or 2-2466.'
Wanted to Buv
WANTED:
30 cycle
1310.
One secAnd-hand
phonograph. : Balboa
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Big Cutback In Industrial Expansion
Reflected In 1957 Soviet Budget

Mnsraw Ffb. 11 fUP.wThe

new 1957 economic plan and state

budget today reflected a cuioacs
of almost one-third in Soviet in in-Huctriai
Huctriai in-Huctriai cxDansion the biesest

slash in more than two ttecades.

Mauerthplpsn. the Soviet emnha-

ftia on heaw industry remains

The average Russian will hardly

find his position improved mis
year despite the economic plan ap approve
prove approve in' ibe Supreme Soviet
Parliament yesterday which caUtf
for a 5.0 pec cent increase in con consumer
sumer consumer goods.
The increase is barely expected
to care for the needs ef the nor

mal population increase of tnree
million annually.
Only with regard te housing
can the average Russian expect expect-Imprevemenr.
Imprevemenr. expect-Imprevemenr. There were maier
increases n expropriation for

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east f here.
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Algiers Rebels
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Wake Of Riots

ALGIERS, Feb. 11 (UP) -Three
'convicted terrorists died under the
guillotine today in France's ef ef-forst
forst ef-forst to stamp out the three-year-
-u ..k.lKnn that tnnlr 18 lives in
a series of bomb explosions Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Five Moslems were killed by
an angry crowd.
Twelve persons were killed and
more than 50 wounded when na nationalist
tionalist nationalist rebels set off two time
bombs in two packed football sta stadiums
diums stadiums in Algiers yesterday. The
action so angered the French that
ive Moslems were torn to pieces.
Three persons died and 11 were
wounded when a terrorist tossed
a bomb into an Algiers cafe Sun Sunday
day Sunday night. Another three persons
were killed and 13 injured when
rebels threw a bomb in Guenza,
a small village in eastern Algiers
87 miles south-east of Constantine.
" Algiers wt tense in the wake
of the worst outbreaks in month
and roinforeod patrols of the
Tonth FortiBn Legion Paratroop
Division patrolled tho streets to
guard again mob violence be be-twoon
twoon be-twoon Moiltmt and Europeans.
Military Governor General Jac Jacques
ques Jacques Massu called for strict securl-
M tUa fnnprals of
ty precautions ii -."
the bomb attack victims. In the
past European crowds returning
.. m have at-
from me cemcraj .v
tacked Moslem residents.
The first terrorist to die under
the guillotine today was Fernand
Yveton, 30, a militant femmunlrt
who was sentenced to death tag
Nov. 23 lor piuiu --fn
fn --fn the cloakroom of a factory The
others were mi"""
25 and Mohamed Ouencourt, 28,
who took part in attacks in which
six Europeans were wounded.
Twolrabonarchs
Schedule Separate
Talk Wftfranco
MADRID. Feb. 11 tUP) Two
viffi Aibi monarcht scheduled
Mparate)nferencei today with
The monarchs were King Saud
of Saudi Arabia who arrived h ere
Sunday from an official visit to
the UniUd States and Sultan Mo Mo-kammed
kammed Mo-kammed V of Morocco.
The two monarchs dined toge together
ther together last night, but Saud planned
a tour of the city, a visit to the
university and to the Hispano Arab
CuttuT.1 Center today. The Sultan
was visiting Spanish atones.
The Sultan was meeting Franco
. i- n.i.o in the after-
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noon to discuss relations between
the two countries wmiu
hn cinre Snain
recognized Moroccan sovereignty
USaudrwas to dine with Franco
at a banquet at the royal palace
there was little of immediate ur urgency
gency urgency between Spain and Saudi
Arabia except the keen desire of
both of cooperate on the interna international
tional international leevL
IRA Extremists
Blow Up Bridge
In Latest Foray
, BELFAST, Feb. W (UP) -Extremists
blew up a bridge only
100 yards from the home of a con conservative
servative conservative member of Parliament
today in a renewal of anti-government
activity in northern Ireland.
The explosion was believed caus
ed by raiders of the outlawed Irish
Republican Army which has kept
up a aeries of raids on communica communications
tions communications and military and police in installations
stallations installations tn northern Ireland for
the part two months.
No one was injured in the blast
but the bridge, at Ballymena in
County Antrim, was slightly dam damaged.
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Negro Home Bombings Linked

Segregation Fund Drive On In

MONTGOMERY. Ala., Feb. 11
Police have linked the bombing of
Negro homes and churches last
month in Montgomery, Ala., with
the Ku Klux Klan.
Chief G. J. Ruppenlhal said last
night the wave of violence which
broke out after Montgomery buses
were integrated was carried out
by "members of the Montgomery
branch of the Ku Klux Klan."
"The public should know that the
money 'beine raised to heln dp
fend seven white men charged
with dynamitings and shootings) is
Freighters Collide
In Upper NY Bay
NEW YORK, Feb. 11 (UP)-Two
freighters collided in upper New
York bay early today near the
Brooklyn to' Staten Island ferry ferryboat
boat ferryboat route.
The Coast Guard said there were
no injuries but one of the ships
was badly damaged.
The 8.627-tnn Marina Tnnpior
owned by the Marine Navigation
l-u., inc., caugnt lire aner me col-
lisinn whirh 0nhir ttor omiHekln,
from the bridge, to below the water
line. -
Thft Amrlpn PVnnrt T inas 7
047-ton freighter Exbrook has her
dow siove in out sustained no oth
er damage.
The burning marine courier was
toWArl tn Khnllnw wntr in PaH
Hook Flats off Brooklyn where fire-
men uuia iircooau exunguisnea
fires in ner No 2 and Nn 3 hnlris
The Coast Guard said the vessel
would remain afloat.

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RECRUIT COMPLAINS TO FATHER David Lee Porter
(right), 18, a Marine trainee, wrote to his father, Nelson Por Porter
ter Porter (left), telling him how he was hit on the head twice with
a steel bar by a drill instructor at the Marine Training Cen Center,
ter, Center, Parris Island, S.A. The elder Porter went to Parria Island
after an exchange of letters with Maj. Oen. H. L. Litzenberg,
Commander of the recruit center, and after receiving anoth another
er another urgent letter from his son.

Five-Cent Rate For First Class Letters Now Looms;
Congress Sure To Oppose Bid Of Postal Department

WASHINGTON, Feb. 11 (UP)
The Post Office Department has
served notice on Congress that it
almost certainly will ask the law lawmakers
makers lawmakers to raise the cost of mail mailing
ing mailing a first class letter from three
to five cents.
Deputy Postmaster Gen. Mau Maurice
rice Maurice H. Stans recently told a House
Appropriations subcommittee the
department must have the rate
hike or face a one billion dollar a
year deficit. His testimony was
just made public today.
The request faces strong con congressional
gressional congressional opposition. Last
year the House approved the ad administration's
ministration's administration's appeal for a enc enc-cent
cent enc-cent increase la first class mail,
but the bill died hi the Senate.
Mr. Eisenhower's carefully-bal
anced budget for the fiscal year
starling July 1 provides for a 654
million dollar postal rate increase.
The budget calls for a 1.1 billion
dollar surplus but failure of con
gress to authorise the postal boost
would take a big chip out of it.
Stans told the subcommittee tha
he post office department's 195S
deficit would run to about 51 mil million
lion million dollars under present postal
rates. In addition, be said, the de department
partment department is mapping a five-year
program of mechanical Improve Improvements
ments Improvements and added facilities that
would raise it to 781 million dol dollars.
lars. dollars. Stans said that with the possi possibility
bility possibility of a pay increase for postal
emoloves and the "probability" of
a railroad rate increase, ihe defi
cit will cUmb to somewhere be between
tween between 70 million dollars and one

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PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1957

not being collected by the White
Citizens Council," he said.
Volunteers carrying gallon ty ty-rup
rup ty-rup buckets to hold contributions
began a house-to-house canvass
on Feb. 3 to collect $60,000 for
the Alabama fogregation fund.
The drive it headed by Jack
Brock, editor of tho Alabama
Labor Naws.
Ruppenthal also said the Nation

Clayton Powell Accused Of Hurting
Negro's Cause, By Fellow Lawmaker

WASHINGTON, Feb. 11 (UP (UP-Reip.
Reip. (UP-Reip. William Ay res (R-Ohio) ac accused
cused accused Rep. Adam Clayton Powell
(D-NY) yesterday of hurting "the
cause of the Negro" with his
amendment to block federal aid
to states which maintain segre segregated
gated segregated schools.
Ayres, a member .of the House
Education and Labor Committee,
said however, he thought there
were enough votes In Congress to
defeat the amendment and Pss
President Eisenhower's 2.2' Billion
dollar school aid bill "on its ow
merits."
Interviewed on the ABC tele television
vision television program, "Celebrity Pa
rade," Ayres said he would like
to see the Negro congressman
withdraw his amendment which
contributed to defeat of a similar
school aid bill last year.
Ayres said he voted for the
Powell amendment last session
billion dollars annually "in the
very near future."
Asked what the department plan
ned to do, he replied: "Any analy
sis we make of the figures makes
it very clear to us that we cannot
face up to this problem without a
five-cent rate on first class mail."
Subcommittee Chairman J. Vau Vau-gham
gham Vau-gham Gary (D-Va) said the sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee endorsed the increase.
"We feel practically all mail
should be on a self-sustaining
basis, with the exception of reli religious
gious religious and educational mail and
other possible items which are
specially favored now," he said.
Chances are better this year
than last for some increases aa
CZ Civil Defense
Meetings Slated
For Current Week
The towns of Rainbow City, Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa and Santa Crux will hold their
monthly Civil Defense meetings on
Wednesday and Thursday of this
week respectively.
The ladies of Bainbow City will
meet at the school at :30 p tn.
Wednesday and the Gamboa ladies
st the Civic Center at 130 a.m.
The Santa Cms ladies will meet at
the Service Center at p.m.
All members of the townsites Ci Civil
vil Civil Defense Volunteer Corps are
urged to attend as there will be a
I aid.
I The general public is invited

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country is safe9 Abraham Lincoln

al Assn. for the Advancement of
Colored People did not "inspire"
the arrests, as a defense attorney
recently charged. The men are
free on bonds ranging from $250 to
$500.
Negroes in New Orleans mean meanwhile
while meanwhile raised $1,800 at a rally last
night to continue their federal court
suit to overthrow city and atate
bua segregation Iawi.
because he felt it would be ad
visable to let the country know
that the Supreme Court decision
against segregated public schools
"should be abided by."
But he said he now i "con
vlnced that Powell is doing more
to hurt the cause of the Negro
by insisting on passage of the
Powell amendment than anything
that is being done in Congress
today.
Powell, who bolted Democratic
ranks last November to buck Mr
Eiseshower's reelection, has said
he will reintroduce the amend
ment this year. It would deny
federal school aid to states which
defy the Supreme Court's integra
tion decision.
Ayres laid if be were In
Powell's position, be would not
want "to take responsibility of
denying all children of America
a school system.'- He said this
is what Powell ''might do" if he
succeeds in getting his amend
ment passed.
He said be hoped the educatios
committee would be able to ap approve
prove approve the school bill in 2 to 3
weeks and send it to the House
floor for action.
Exiled Hungarian
Premier May Face
Trial By Commies
VIENNA. Toh iirrroi.
ports reaching Vienna today
Lln.a J .U.i A
juiibca ui me Hungarian
Communist government miay re return
turn return former Premier Tmr Main,
from exile to be tried for his
pari in the Hungarian rebellion.
The reports arose when the
Czech Communist. Partv nma
paper Rude Pravo printed an
Interview with Karoly Kiss, for
mer Hungarian Foreign Minis Minister
ter Minister and nnnr ft mtmliM nf v
Provisional Central. Committee
of Hungary's new Communist
postal rites if for no other reason
than the fact that this is not an
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'three cent stamp" to five cents
tion.
Some Democrats charged last
year that the increase would fall
hardest on the ordinary fellow
and the small businessmen, rath rather
er rather than the big corporations.
Stans told the subcommittee that
the department's aim is next-day
delivery of all letters mailed be between
tween between any two points in the United
States.
"Our present financial proposals
are really a minimum approach
to this massive Job," he said.
The administration is consider considering
ing considering asking authority to carry aU
regular first class letters by so soever
ever soever long hauls. If the regular let letter
ter letter rate were raised to five cents
and long distance mail moved by.
air, sepsrate aix-cent air mail serv
ice might be eliminated.
Some Days A Guy
Should Stay Abed j
AYLESHAM, England, Feb. U
fUP Miner Bert Gougb decided
to stay out Of the pits yesterday
after: -.
Falling dews a 'flight of stairs
Tripping on the garden path
Scraping his fender against the
garage ' 1
Getting bit car mired down in
mud in the driveway.

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WithKKK;
The Rov. Nicholas Hood, vice
president of the interdenomina interdenominational
tional interdenominational Ministerial Alliance, which
is sponsoring the suit, told Ne Negroes
groes Negroes at the rally they need net
expect government help.
"If we are to1 remove this evil
(segregation) from our city we
must do it ourseives,'v be said.
"The President won't- do it. the
Supreme Court won't do it, and the
city officials won't do it."
But Hood said be did not believe
they should resort to a bus boy boy-cott
cott boy-cott which Negroes of Montgomery
waged for 12 months beore final finally
ly finally winning a federal suit to inte integrate
grate integrate the buses last December;, I
The Rev. A.' la. pavis Jr., presi
dent of the Alliance, outlined a
policy of non-violence and asked
Negroes at the mass meeting to
try to avoid trouble or bloodshed.
The Mississippi branch of the
NAACP sent a telegram to Presi
dent Eisenhower asking him to
"speak out against all forms of
violence that is being used against
us.
Secret Plans Bared
Allowing France To
Build Atom Weapons
-PARIS. FeK 11 (UP) A Par
is newspaper reported today that
French military ana Atomic x-nei-trv
Commission exoerts have com
pleted secret p 1 a n s permitting
France to build her own Atomic
weapons within 18 months. ; '.-
The mass-circulation newspaper
France-Soir said FrancA could test
her first A-bomb late next year in
the Sahara Desert or at the Indian
Ocean colony of Madagascar, off
South Africa,
The Defense Ministry had no im immediate1
mediate1 immediate1 comment on the article.
But the army and the high Atom
ic, Energy Commission have fre frequently
quently frequently been reported to be work
ing on A-bomD plans.
France-Soir sail the plan would
be submitted to the Cabinet and
possibly Parliament for approval
ana appropriation of funds.
NATO Commander
Visits London
For Inspection
LONDON, Feb. 11 (UP)-NATO
Sunreme CnmminHur a. An.. T.Buriff
Norstad arrived here today for a
nrsr nana iook at the defense cuts
Britain is planning with United
States approval.
Norstad flew here from his Par Par-Is
Is Par-Is headquarters.
He will tv far (wa 4i
talks with Defense Minister Dun Duncan
can Duncan Sandys and other British min
isters ana service chiefs.
v.,
Gumshoes Ponder
Glue For Stamps
Flavoring Costs
WASHINGTON, Feb. 11 (UP)
Two government bureaus are
hard at work to determine how
much gum a postage stamp
needs.
Deputy Postmaster I General
: Maurice H. Stans was asked
about a foul-up last year when
the department had to reclaim
300 million stamp that didn't
have enough gum.
Stans said the situation since
hat been corrected. New electron-
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lie .means nave Deen insuuea w
measure the gum thickness.
And, he said, the- Bureau of
Standards and the Buret u of En
graving and .Printing have, been
put to work to figure out exactly
how much gun to use
Rep. Gordon Canfleld (R-NJ)
noted reports that West Germany
it selling stamps that are pepper
mint flavored. He asked for
Stans' view. -Stans
said be didn't think the
department had ever "experi
mented seriously" with the uiea
of flavoring glue. For one thing,
he said, there was the cost
"And f am net sure it would
be an important improvement in
the postal service," be added.

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COMING IN ON HER OWN w Visitors outside Pier 88 In Nw York watch as the liner-United
States docks without the aid of tugboats. The 53,000-ton vessel, carrying; 1,493 passengers,
was forced to make the tricky maneuver because of the tugboat strike. The liner eased into
her berth so smoothly that not a aoratch jmarrsd her hull. i - a

Kefauver
For Hike
' WASHINGTON, Feb, 11 (UP)
SenEsles Kefauver (D Tenn.)
said tola y there is "no economic
justification" for the. recent hike
In oil and gasoline prices. :
Kefauver heads a Senate anu-
monopiJy subcommittee which has
teamed up with a Senate Interior
subcommittee in an investigation
of the oil-gas price increases and
emergency oil shipments to Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. ... i-
He. said the inquiry has shown
that the emergency shipments are
not meeting tne critical need for
oil created in Europe by the Suez
Canal snutdown.
Kefauver,, In an interview' for
Tennessee television stations.
Said ho was "disappointed In tho
attitude" of government o f f I.
dels. He said they felt "no re.
iDonsiblUty" to protect the pub pub-'
' pub-' lie from gasoline price increases,
ii He said the government relax
ed anti-trust laws for 15 major oil
companies which compose the Mid
dle East Emergency Committee so
they could combine efforts to ship
on to x.urope. 4 s -.
George R. Dunham,
Retired CZ Worker,
Dies In Arizona
George R. Dunham, retired em
ploye of the Sanitation Division
and longtime resident of the Canal
Zone, died suddenly Friday night
at tne home of his brother in Tuc Tucson,
son, Tucson, Ariz. He was 71 years old.
Mr. Dunham was born in Rich
mond, Va., and came to the Canal
Zone in 1912.
His first position was as a clerk
with the Sanitation Division. With
the exception -of a brief period in
1914-15 wheh he was transferred
to the Accounting Department, all
oi ms service was with Sanitation.
He left the Canal organization in
September, ,1918, to enlisf in the
Army but returned to the Canal
Service the following January. At
the time of his retirement in Jan January,
uary, January, 1948, he was employed as a
clerk, in the Sanitation Division in
the Panama Health Office.
Mr. Dunham is survived by a
daughter, Marie Dunham McElroy
who lives with her husband. Lt
Gerald E. McElroy. at Fort Davis.
and by bis brother, Vernon, of Tuc
son, with whom he made his home.
Career Unionist To
alfle Millhand
For U$V Presidency
. PITTSBURGH; Feb.ll (UP) -Millhandi
across the nation and
in Canada troop td the polls to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow to decide-the first struggle
for top leadership in the 20-year
maiorj ot me unHea Meeiworaers
Union. r-
- David, j. McDonald, heir to the
USW throne following the death of
union founder Philip Murray ia
1952, met opposition for the inter international
national international presidency from Donald
C. Rarick of McKeesport, Pa., a
rana-ana-iue memoer.
The union's 1,200,000,000 mem members
bers members will also ballot for interna
tional vice president; secretary-
treasurer and directors of r 30
USW districts. i I
The voting matches McDonald,
suave career unionist, against
a UJOt a year U.S. Stool Corp.
millworfcer who lumped kite the j
istional spotlight last fall to pro-
tost an increase in varoa dues
from S3 to $5 a month. (
Rarick, who ha spent 19 of his
37 years in the union, regards Mc
Donald's handling of the USW as
"autocratic." -He charged the u-
nion president "railroaded .the!
duet increase through an interna international
tional international convention in Los Angeles i
last September, v-- I
McDonald became secretary to
Murray in 1923 before the USW;
founding; He has accused Rarick i
of attempting to organize a rump
faction within the union and fom fomenting
enting fomenting "dual unionism," the cardi-j
nal sin of the labor movement.

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Sees No Justification
I n Prices Of Oil Gas

"One of the first results of this.
nmprnin ,urs,f nn ihitraac'! in tha'
gasoline prices here in the United
States bringing home to all of us
the fact that the; Middle Eastern
emergency is only as far away as
the corner filling statioh,", he said.
."There is no shortage of gaso gasoline
line gasoline In the United States," Xo-
fauver said, ''nor is there any
falling of revenues in the cempa.
nies to (uttify an 'increase." U f
Kefauver said the United States
now ia shipping about 463,000 bar barrels
rels barrels of oil a day to Europe. The
governments goal is 500,000 bar
rels a oay. -His
statement Indicated that
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cent vceks.. The Interior Depart
ment aiu inaay ,jnat shipments
in the four weeks ending Jan. 30
averaged 428,000 dally.

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former University of Budapest student be ba Just, arrived
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ments shipments ot crude oil are only 'a lit lit-tie
tie lit-tie more than half" o the 500,000
barrel ;cal.
'"Unless the shipments are step
ped up substantially,' he said.
"then the crisis, we feared for
Western Europe 'still Jooms very
large."
Kefauver said the joint commit
ted hoarinffii lr 'HAcicfnuH tn tinit
out whether the U. S., oil shipment
program is, meeting Europe t e
mergenry and whether a gat price
increase is justified.. 't- V :
;-'0ur early hearlnggi Indicate,"
he said,. "that the answer to both
questions is in .the negative no."
Congressional .critics claim the
nrire iumns wore n ttttmnl tn
take: advantage of the Suez Canal
crisi! whlrh" ha- olnrVerf tha flhur
of Middle East oil to Europe.
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